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Christmas arrived early on the key this year!

 
 
The Key Biscayne Christmas tree went up last week.
The Key Biscayne Christmas tree went up last week.
David Adams

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Yes, Key Biscayners, Christmas arrived even earlier this year! With two weeks still to go before Thanksgiving, the Village Green Christmas tree was erected on Tuesday Nov 12. The tree seems to go up earlier each year. But what the heck! It looks lovely, especially with the lights at night.
I guess this way we get more value for money out of it. The tree (which is artificial, by the way) is rented for the princely sum of $35,000, we are told.
Tell us if you think it went up too early this year, or is too expensive in these hard economic times. Write to: keybiscaynetimes@gmail.com

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