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City employees trim one of oldest trees in downtown Price

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City employees Scott Marvidikis and Lyle Bauer trim one of the oldest trees in downtown Price, located in front of the former Chelsy's Manor. The building was recently purchased by Dan Decker to house a bicycle business. During the last regularly scheduled city council meeting, Price officials voted to save the tree.

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