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I'm going to get somebody that I pay to do it because
there's no way. Isn't that unbelievable?
Just give me an idea of what it costs to plant so many
Oh, I think it cost $9,000. Which is, you may say a
lot of money, but it gives a lot of pleasure because it does
brighten up the street, don't you think?
Oh yes, of course it does. Now, to have to take care of them
as well, that's going to cost you another $9,000.
I'm arguing about the cost of the care.
Is that going to be more than the original cost?
Oh, it will have to be somewhat more. But one thing
about trees is that you don't have to do anything once you put
them in there, except to replace them when they die, which is
fairly frequently, but they don't all die.
When they're put in is a guard put around them, a metal guard?
No. That's extra. That costs a lot extra. We hope
that the people on whose property they're planted will put the
Well, some of them do.
Some of them do, yes.
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