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While many of the festive decorations of the season will likely endure through New Year’s Day, some residents have begun making the transition. Above, a worker at O’Reilly Auto Parts takes down the store’s “Merry Christmas” greeting. In the vacant lot west of the Blue Quail Shopping Center, a few live trees have already been placed for recycling. Collected trees will be mulched around Jan. 13, and the mulch will be free to the public. For more information, call Artesia Clean & Beautiful at 748-3192. Grace Miller - Daily Press
While many of the festive decorations of the season will likely endure through New Year’s Day, some residents have begun making the transition. Above, a worker at O’Reilly Auto Parts takes down the store’s “Merry Christmas” greeting. In the vacant lot west of the Blue Quail Shopping Center, a few live trees have already been placed for recycling. Collected trees will be mulched around Jan. 13, and the mulch will be free to the public. For more information, call Artesia Clean & Beautiful at 748-3192.
Grace Miller – Daily Press

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