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Man lift donation helps decorations

On behalf of the City of Natchez and the Board of Aldermen, I would like to thank Gary Rayborn of Rayborn Water Well Drilling and Service who donated the use of his company’s man lift to decorate the Main Street Christmas tree Wednesday.

The recent rain delayed the city’s traffic department from being able to decorate the tree, and Traffic Director Curtis Norton told the Board of Aldermen that it would not have been possible for his department to complete the decorating of the tree on time without the additional equipment.

Again, I thank Mr. Rayborn for his generous support in helping make the holiday festivities in Natchez a success.

 

Larry L. “Butch” Brown and the Natchez Board of Aldermen

 

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