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Oh, no! This is ridiculous! It’s still 11 days until Halloween, but City Hall in Jersey City already looks ready for a few choruses of “O Tannenbaum,” The Jersey Journal reports.

Workers today planted a 20-foot Norway spruce from a Pennsylvania nursery outside the entrance of the Grove Street municipal building, directly in front of the Soldiers & Sailors Monument.

It’s the same kind of tree usually seen at Rockefeller Center every year, though a tad shorter — Rockefeller Center’s 2014 Norway spruce was 85-feet tall. Things aren’t going to get too festive in front of City Hall, though. City spokesman Ryan Jacobs said the tree won’t be lit until closer to Christmas

The evergreen takes the place of a solar light display that had called the front of City Hall home since last year. That display was filled with broken lights and tubes so it was tossed.
TOO EARLY, in my view! What do YOU think?

-Karim

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