In most small communities there are those who give of themselves, as business owners or individuals, and ask for little in return. Lucy Neely was one such person. A few years ago, private citizens bought a tree and planted it in Lucy’s memory. Lucy’s tree is now under attack from the Pronghorn Steering Committee. The concern about the tree dying during transplanting is very real. I urge the Town Council to do the right thing and just say no to moving it. Let the antelope migrate around it.
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