Friday, May 13, 2011 at 6:00 am (Updated: May 13, 6:01 am)
Even if it doesn’t snow, Kingston will be able to declare a White Christmas each season for a couple of decades to come.
That’s because of the efforts of one “bulldog” city councilman and the head of the street department.
At this week’s city council meeting, Councilman Don White kicked off one of the city’s more colorful presentations with a motion to buy new city Christmas lights for $17,539.
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