If you overhear a local say that ," he'd pay someone good money to have them grind his stump."
It's not as bad as it sounds.
Anyway, I think you have to call someone named Darren in Presque-Isle for that particular service.
When one wishes to travel to the Main street of "P-Town"...
One does not say:
"I am going to Town."
Rather, the correct form:
"I am going over town."
"I am going up town."
Either is correct , neither is the derivative form.
You are now almost a resident.
"O.K. Now pull my finger."