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ALACHUA – The Turkey Creek Golf Course restoration is moving forward. The course has been aerated and calcium has been applied to stimulate root growth. In addition, the recent showers are helping.

The next large project is to get the sprinkler system operational again. Currently there is an initiative to replace all 362 sprinkler heads at a cost of $300 per sprinkler. The cost includes installation, wiring, and the electronic computer boards. If anyone is interested in a sprinkler sponsorship they are available.

Also, the Turkey Creek Golf LLC has decided to sell partial shares. As little as one-tenth a share ($500) can be purchased. Some restrictions may apply, but dividends will be paid.

It is anticipated that in the middle of May 2018 the former Mulligans will be reopened as the “Chef Brothers at the 19th Hole” restaurant.

Last, but not least, there are a variety of advertising and promotional opportunities available from the Leaderboard to the tee markers. All reasonably priced and sure to be seen by a great many people as they play our course.

For more information please call 386-518-6815 or stop by the office located at the entrance of the subdivision.

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HIGH SPRINGS – Spring is a great time to enjoy North Florida’s springs. From Wednesday, April 11 through Sunday, April 15, 25 local and out of town emerging and professional artists will be painting the springs of the Santa Fe River as part of the 2018 Santa Fe Springs Plein Air Paintout.

The schedule for painting includes details on Public Viewing Days. Artists will paint during normal operating hours at each location.

Wednesday Apr. 11 – Artists Painting Days

Various Springs locations - Artists Choice

Thursday April 12 – Gilchrist Blue Springs State Park, 7450 NE 60th St, High Springs, FL 32643

Painting - Public Viewing Day (State Park fees, $4 per person or $6 per car.) Artists will be painting throughout the park.

Friday April 13 – Ginnie Springs, 7300 Ginnie Springs Rd, High Springs, FL 32643

Painting - Public Viewing Day ($12 Entrance Fee) Artists will be painting throughout the park.

Saturday April 14 – Artists Painting Days

Various Springs locations - Artists Choice

Sunday April 15 – Downtown High Springs

Painting - Public Viewing Day - Artists will be painting throughout downtown High Springs followed by a Special Art Preview Pop Up Show at Great Outdoors’ Opera House

Exhibit Schedule

Once completed, the paintings will be available for viewing and purchasing at three art receptions and during two exhibits through July 30th:

Saturday, April 14 – The Great Outdoors Restaurant, Opera House, 65 North Main Street, High Springs, FL 32643

Special Art First Preview Pop Up Show 5 - 8 pm.

Sunday, April 15 – Lanza Gallery & Art Supplies, 23645 W US Hwy 27, High Springs, FL 32643

Opening Art Reception, 5pm - 7pm

Paintings for exhibit and sale April 15 thru June 20

Saturday, June 23 – Rum 138 Springs Gallery, 2070 SW CR 138, Fort White, FL 32068

Art Reception 6pm - 8pm

Paintings for exhibit and sale June 23 thru July 30.

The Santa Fe Springs Plein Air Paintout is sponsored by Lanza Gallery & Art Supplies. Maps and information are available during the event at Lanza Gallery & Art Supplies, 23645 W US Hwy 27, downtown High Springs. Hours are Tuesday – Thursday and Saturday from 11am to 5pm and Friday open 12 Noon - 6pm.

For more information, visit www.lanzagallery.com or call Lanza Gallery & Art Supplies at 352-474-9922.

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TALLAHASSEE. – Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam today announced that there are currently 33 active wildfires in Florida burning 33,605 acres.

Significant Wildfires in Florida:

Greenway, Collier County: 17,957 and 95 percent contained.

Firebreak, Gulf County: 8,080 acres and 90 percent contained.

Old Blade Line, Polk County: 450 acres and 60 percent contained.

Mud Dauber Road, Polk County: 139 acres and 100 percent contained.

The Florida Forest Service is urging residents to be cautious with fire and heat sources and to remember the following:

Develop and implement a family wildfire action plan;

Call 911 or a local Florida Forest Service field unit office immediately in the event of a wildfire;

Obey Florida’s outdoor burning laws;

Never burn on windy days;

Always keep a water source and suppression tools on hand when burning yard debris;

Never leave an outdoor fire or hot grill unattended; and

Avoid parking vehicles on dry grass.

The Florida Forest Service, a division of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, manages more than 1 million acres of state forests and provides forest management assistance on more than 17 million acres of private and community forests. The Florida Forest Service is also responsible for protecting homes, forestland and natural resources from the devastating effects of wildfire on more than 26 million acres. Learn more at FloridaForestService.com.

For more information about the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, visit FreshFromFlorida.com.

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TRENTON – Trenton’s Suwannee Valley Quilt Festival greeted visitors with a beautiful Florida spring day and with fun and good spirits fostered by celebrating St. Patrick’s Day.

In downtown historic Trenton, thousands crowded north Main Street and the charming old railroad depot. Seventy-two craft, six antique and 13 food vendors displayed wares and offered fare, and 17 participating quilt groups sold quilts, quilting materials and supplies, and demonstrated quilting techniques.

Inside the Florida Quilt Museum, a visitor could enjoy meeting renowned quilting author Mary C. Kerr and master doll maker Charlie Patricolo, peruse antique quilts offered from Marie Miller’s collection, see feed sack materials displayed by Cecilia Reed, and enjoy expert quilt turning lectures by collectors Kathy Cray and Teddy Pruitt.

“We had a wonderful turnout, and I think our vendors had a good day, said Crafter Coordinator Pat Watson. “We had many vendors return who have been with us several years now, but we added 25 new vendors so that gave us a mix of the familiar and of new offerings to enjoy and explore. We are always pleased to hear from vendors that tell us that they view us as their favorite festival.”

Festival founder and Quilt Coordinator Stephanie Metts added, “We explored some new things this year, like Hawaiian quilting by Elaine Nemeth and the Japanese craft of Kimekomi by Bettie Rowe. We continue to have many quilt groups who support us every year from around our area. We are grateful for their participation.” Stephanie noted, “This year not only did the festival coincide with St. Patrick’s Day, it was held on National Quilt Day as well.”

Dan Sierra, Director of Merchandising for Best Drugs of Trenton, was delighted with their experience as featured sponsor this year. “We met people visiting from as far away as Wisconsin and enjoyed chatting with longtime customers. Our pharmacy experienced record breaking gift sales and the Life South Mobile Blood Collection unit in our parking lot exceeded their goal by more than 20 percent. All around it was a fabulous day for us,” said Sierra.

Festival visitor Stacy Clifton said, “It was great! The creative craft ideas were exciting. My friend, Teresa, bought some beautiful fabric from the quilt shop, and my daughter, Megann, thought the selection of food vendors was terrific.”

Food offerings included made-on-the-spot brick oven pizza, fresh off the grill barbecue, and deep fried seafood. Many others offered meals and baked goods, while the Suwannee Rose Cafe featured a back room Irish Pub experience.

The 2018 festival was sponsored by the City of Trenton, Gilchrist County’s Tourist Development Council, Ameris Bank, Best Drugs, Capital City Bank, Drummond Community Bank, Gray Construction, McDonald’s-Trenton, Trenton Animal Hospital, Trenton Hardware & Farm Supply, Trenton Wine & Spirits, Tri County Metals and the Suwannee Valley Quilt Shoppe.

Looking ahead, the 13th annual Trenton’s Suwannee Valley Quilt Festival will be held Saturday, March 16, 2019, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information about the festival, visit the festival website, www.TrentonQuiltFestival.com, or contact the Suwannee Valley Quilt Shoppe at 352-463-3842.

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GAINESVILLE – As part of its commitment to assist motorists traveling on Florida roadways, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) this week expanded its Road Ranger program into the Gainesville area.

The Road Ranger program provides free highway support services during incidents to reduce delay and improve safety for motorists. Since the program’s inception in 2000, the Road Rangers have made more than 4.3 million service assists, with more occurring daily. Road Rangers provide services to motorists by quickly clearing travel lanes of minor incidents and assisting motorists, which include providing a limited amount of fuel, assisting with tire changes, and other types of minor emergency repairs.

The service has existed for many years in the Jacksonville area.

The expansion onto Interstate 75 in Gainesville began Monday and service hours are from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The patrol area currently includes I-75 between Micanopy and Alachua and includes one Road Ranger unit. A second unit is expected to be added in the coming weeks.

Motorists can request Road Ranger service by dialing *347 (FHP).

FDOT expects to expand the Road Ranger program before the end of the year to include all of Interstate 75 between Gainesville and the Florida/Georgia line, as well as Interstate 10 between Jacksonville and Madison.

FDOT also has plans to expand its RISC (Rapid Incident Scene Clearance) Lite units in the coming months on Interstate 75 in Gainesville. These units are used primarily to remove passenger vehicles involved in crashes

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GAINESVILLE – Keep Alachua County Beautiful is hosting a free tire dropoff for residents on Saturday, April 7, at Albert “Ray” Massey Park, at 1001 N.W. 34th Street, from 8 a.m. to noon.

Approximately 750 tons of tires are collected and hauled off site from Alachua County to be recycled each year. Recycled tires are made into rubber mulch and asphalt additives.

Residents of Alachua County can bring up to four automobile tires and light truck tires to the roundup event at no charge. Tire rims are not accepted. There is a charge of $3 for these tires and $4 for larger truck tires, 17” or greater, brought to the Leveda Brown Environmental Park and Transfer Station for disposal. For more information or to volunteer for cleanups, painting or planting projects, visit kacb.org or call 352-371-9444

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Vote for Gary Hardacre
From serving as a Scout leader and volunteering at the Alachua schools and the Community Center to serving as a City Commissioner for the last nine years, and being an active member of the Lion’s Club, Gary Hardacre has been working hard to make Alachua a better place to live and has touched the lives of many of the citizens and their families.
Gary has a sincere desire to serve his community.  After having served in the military and retiring after many years of working for AT&T, he now has the time to fulfill that desire.   
Gary would like to continue to serve the community as a City Commissioner to be able to continue supporting some of the numerous projects that he has been involved with during the last nine years and I fully support him to do so.
I have always found Gary to be very approachable when I have an issue or a concern and he has always been very responsive to get me the assistance or answers I need.   Gary does not serve to promote any particular business interest or special interest groups.  Gary serves to promote the City of Alachua and its citizens.
Please join me in re-electing Gary Hardacre to the Alachua City Commission Seat 5.
Sandy Burgess
Alachua, Florida

Support for Melanie Bishop Wells, Archer City Commission
The citizens of Archer will go to the polls on April 10 to vote for City of Archer Commission Seat 4. There are two people in the race.
In 2012, 13, and 14, the Holly Hills neighborhood experienced a lot of rain which caused the retention pond in their area to overflow. Yes, it was an act of God, but the Archer Commissioners, Manager and Assistant Manager during these years did nothing to help the situation. There was one, Commissioner Fletcher Hope, who stood with the citizens and tried to help. Keep in mind he was just one of five. Most recently (March 2018) grants finally reached Archer to make repairs.
We cannot elect someone who did nothing to help this situation. I will let you figure out who was in office during this time and who is in the race for Seat #4 now.
As a former mayor and commissioner of Archer, my heart went out to the citizens of Archer who suffered and were disrespected at meetings when they voiced their concerns. It is for this reason I will cast my vote for Melanie Bishop Wells on April 10.
Roberta Lopez, former Mayor/Commissioner
Archer, Florida

Vote for Gary Hardacre
On April 10, I will be placing my vote for Alachua City Commissioner Gary Hardacre.  I will do this because I have known Gary and been a witness to all that he does for our community since we moved to Alachua in 2013.
Gary is a tireless volunteer, through his many leadership roles in the Alachua Lions Club, tutoring students at Irby Elementary, his support and involvement with Boy Scout Troop 88, the Alachua Chamber of Commerce and diabetes screening and education.  This is only a portion of the work and the dedication that comes naturally to Gary.......and he loves the City of Alachua.
We have been truly fortunate to have had Gary Hardacre serving our community as a commissioner, and I could not possibly be more confident that he will continue to do an exemplary job in his next term.  Please take the time to vote and seriously consider choosing Gary Hardacre for seat 5.
Ed Potts
Alachua, Florida

Vote for Gary Hardacre
Commissioner Gary Hardacre has been a great supporter for the City of Alachua citizens. He has volunteered with the food program at the Hathcock Community Center. He has supported the youth athletics at the Recreation Center. And he has represented the City’s interests on numerous Regional board meetings. Gary has volunteered at the local schools tutoring our students. You could not ask for more support from a City Commissioner.
Hal Brady
Retired Director of Recreation and Parks
Alachua, Florida

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EDITORIAL

Hardacre, Brown, Miller should be re-elected to Alachua City Commission

City of Alachua voters will soon cast ballots to elect three commissioners. The three incumbents, Dayna Miller (Seat 3), Shirley Green Brown (Seat 4) and Gary Hardacre (Seat 5), are facing a wave of challengers – all political newcomers. Seat 3 challengers are Malcom Dixon and Edward Lamour Ford. The sole Seat 4 challenger is James Szjczuk. Commission hopefuls for Seat 5 include Dietra Howard, Douglas Hancock, and Gary Kocher.

Endorsement of Dayna Miller for Seat 3

City Commissioner Dayna Miller has previously served on the Citizen’s Advisory Task Force and the City of Alachua Planning and Zoning Board. While serving on that board, Miller offered thoughtful debate and was conscientious in consistently researching the issues on which she was expected to cast a vote. When sometimes controversial issues arose, Miller has been quick to demonstrate thoughtful questioning and careful analysis and logic to substantiate her votes. During her time in Alachua she has established a track record of community service and leadership with local civic organizations, such as the Lion’s Club and Kiwanis. She is also a leader in the private sector business world, holding a management position with Waste Pro, a company she has been with for over 11 years. Miller’s life experiences, business acumen and fresh ideas will be a welcome addition to the Commission. While she is relatively new to politics, being appointed to complete the remainder of Commissioner Ben Boukari, Jr.’s term when he stepped down on Feb. 12, 2018, Miller has shown she is up to the challenge of leadership in this City.

Endorsement of Shirley Green Brown for Seat 4

Alachua City Commissioner Shirley Green Brown has deep roots in Alachua, having lived here for more than 40 years, working, worshipping and raising her family. In addition to her tenure on the Commission, Brown has an impressive resume of professional and volunteer experiences. Brown was a teacher for many years at both Alachua and Irby elementary schools. She is a strong advocate for youth and the elderly and a staunch supporter for a healthier community. In addition to volunteer work at her church, she has served in numerous civic organizations and genuinely loves her community and her neighbors and listens with an open mind and heart to constituents citywide. Brown has truly been a quiet, yet extraordinarily unifying leader in Alachua. Her experience prior to and while on the commission gives her a decisive edge as she is familiar with issues both historically and presently before the commission. And Brown has proven herself to be a community-minded, honest and involved individual with a calming demeanor even in the face of contentious issues.

Political newcomers vying for seats 3 and 4 on the Alachua City Commission would do well to get involved, and gain knowledge of how governments work and experience through civic/municipal volunteer boards. The occasion will arise in future years for them to seek public office, and armed with knowledge and experience gained by board service, they may each one day be fine commissioners.

Endorsement of Gary Hardacre

Seat 5 appears to be the race to watch as incumbent Commissioner Gary Hardarce faces off against Dietra Howard, Douglas Hancock and Gary Kocher.

Alachua Commissioner Gary Hardacre brings much to the table. Hardacre’s heart is in public service. He has served his country as a veteran of the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam Era, and he has served the interests of the citizens of this city well, publicly and privately. Due to his longevity in this community, Hardacre brings insight into the nuances of local issues that affect citizens as well as patience and an open mind. He spends an enormous amount of his personal time helping those most in need. His extensive track record on volunteerism in schools, senior centers and service organizations is remarkable.

From supporting economic development and the business community, to helping champion the ongoing resurfacing of local streets, to updating neighborhood parks, to bringing improvements to the Hathcock, Sr. Center, Hardacre has fought for all corners of Alachua. As the City’s liaison to the Suwannee River Water Management District, he has been a strong advocate for natural resources, helping to bring $1.4 million to the City for long-term protection of Mill Creek and Mill Creek Sink, among other projects. During Hardacre’s tenure, the City has placed one police officer in every public school in Alachua and expanded recreation and cultural opportunities. He has helped lead Alachua to where it is today, and he has the passion to continue to represent all of Alachua with a balanced, yet critical approach that is vital to continued success. We believe Hardacre has served the citizens well during his tenure as commissioner.

While challenger Douglas Hancock boasts of his status as a State Certified Electrical Sign Contractor and as a business owner on Main Street as his bedrock qualifications to serve on the Alachua City Commission, he lacks knowledge of local government and issues –– current and past –– on Main Street and throughout the city. As a relative newcomer, Hancock is grossly lacking in genuine community involvement, experience and knowledge. Unlike Hardacre, a 31 year established citizen, Hancock has moved around to more cities than many others will visit in a lifetime. Hancock’s stated agenda plainly shows he does not understand how a city manager/commission government works. His declared intentions to singularly direct city staff to carry out his wishes are illegal (charter violations) and he appears opposed to working within the appropriate framework of the city commission, as one member of five on a collegial body.

Incumbent Hardacre has demonstrated in the years he has served that he considers the welfare of the community as a whole and not the interests of any single individual or business. We believe Hardacre has a genuine concern for the well-being of the City of Alachua as well as for all residents. His record demonstrates that he diligently considers many positions before making decisions. Hardacre isn’t in anyone’s back pocket.

Although Alachua’s troubled times seem far in the past, voters must recall that just a few short years ago, the commission was temporarily derailed from its comprehensive plan and progress toward self-sustainability. At times, just one commissioner was able to create gridlock on the commission. For those who do not remember, that former city commissioner, Tamara Robbins, supported lawsuits against the City of Alachua that cost substantial City of Alachua taxpayer dollars. Yet Ms. Robbins, whose avowed agenda was to create chaos at City Hall and “bankrupt” the city, is actively supporting Doug Hancock. Ms. Robbins and associates, known in years past as the Alachua Leadership Alliance (ALA), are once again seeking to slide their “no-growth, anti-business” platform into City Hall – this time through Hancock. Also not surprisingly, the tactics Hancock uses to garner support seem to come directly from Tamara Robbins’ playbook.

Their misinformation campaign, either intentional, or due to a lack of basic knowledge, is patently unfair to the voting public and can have devastating results for this City. Blanket promises to put restrooms in neighborhood parks without due consideration for the public safety concerns of patrons and neighbors is not only not good governing – it is reckless. A new fire station near Turkey Creek? A good idea … but guess what, voters? That is already in the works. Criticizing Alachua Police Department tactics while not being privy to the inside information of ongoing law enforcement efforts is arrogant, divisive and further evidence that Hancock has neither the knowledge nor judgment to lead this community. Voters must question the legitimacy of a candidate who aligns himself with a group intent on destroying the very city he claims he wants to represent.

Voters put their faith in the commission as a whole to make wise decisions for the community. The looming and unanswered question is exactly what kind of commissioner would any of the challengers be – given their lack of experience at any level of city government? Commissioners who are inexperienced in City government are unlikely to understand the issues facing Alachua. And just as importantly, the lack of commitment to community service raises questions about their dedication to this City. When you cast your votes on April 10, consider those who have already objectively demonstrated a desire for the betterment of Alachua and an ability to make good decisions on your behalf.

The Alachua County Today editorial board takes great pride in endorsing Dayna Miller for Seat 3, Shirley Green Brown for Seat 4 and Gary Hardacre for Seat 5 for the Alachua City Commission.

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Support for Hardacre, Miller and Brown
On April 10th, the Citizens of Alachua will have an opportunity to exercise their right to vote. Every vote counts. your vote could make the difference in electing commissioners who will fairly represent you with experience and integrity and will not be influenced by personal agendas or special interest groups.
Gary Hardacre, Dayna Miller, and Shirley Green Brown are good stewards of our community and have only one agenda, to put you and the City of Alachua first.
Join me at the polls on April 10th and cast your vote.
Virginia H Johns
Alachua, Florida

Support for Shirley Green Brown
Shirley Green Brown has been a special person in the Alachua Community for many years. She has helped many seniors at her church and at the City’s Hathcock Community Center, helping with the Food program. She has teamed up with many volunteers organizing the Health Fair. She has served as President of the Women’s Club.
Shirley has also touched the lives of so many children in her years at Irby Elementary School. She has been a big supporter of all the special events in our City from the Egg Hunt, Tree Lighting, Parades, 4th of July and sporting events at the Recreation Center.
Please join us in voting for Shirley Green Brown, Seat 4, Alachua City Commission.
Hal and Cindy Brady
Alachua, Florida

Support for Hancock
I am new to Alachua, having retired from a job with an electric cooperative up in the cold, nasty, wet, not sunny northland. I am following with interest the upcoming elections for the City Commission.
As a former two term mayor, city council member, two term Red Cross county chair, two term county historical society board member, planning commission chair, airport commission member, and state board member of an organization that supports veterans, I am very interested in the history and attitudes of the candidates, and their actions.
In the City of Alachua I see a pattern of going along to get along, lack of forward thinking planning and leadership. Change is needed and needed desperately in Alachua. This does not mean the current folks are conspiring or doing anything illegal, they are just settled in and riding along comfortably, complacent if you will. They seem to have lost their vision.
With income to the city from electricity, trash, water/sewer, mosquito control, sales taxes, and other fees and sources, why are property taxes so high? A new vision and respect for the taxpayer needs to be awakened. After all, there cannot be “city money,” it is money the city has taken by force from taxpayers, under threat of lights out, home seized, etc. Treat it as such.
Restraint needs to come to them, or perhaps a new candidate needs to get in with his fresh ideas and research.
I support Douglas Hancock for Position 5 in the Alachua City Commission. Douglas Hancock has certainly done his research, attended meetings, is a generous local business owner on the wonderful and unique Main Street, and cares deeply and with passion about Alachua. On April 10, please join me in voting for Douglas Hancock for Alachua Commission.
Mike O’Loughlin
Alachua, Florida

Support for Gary Hardacre
I am writing in support of Gary Hardacre for City Commission Seat 5.   I have personally known Gary for 29 years.  He has served in many organizations such as the Alachua Lions Club, The Alachua Chamber of Commerce, The Boy Scout Pack and Troop 88. He has coached at the Hal Brady Recreation Center, and served on numerous boards and task force committees to help make Alachua a great place to live.
Gary is involved in all of these because he cares about the quality of life here for our children and grandchildren. His family, three generations of Hardacres, all live in the city of Alachua.  He has made this his home and wants only what is best for the citizens of this city.  
Over the past 15 years, Gary has worked diligently to bring thousands of jobs to Alachua.  I am positive he will continue to advocate and support economic development that promotes growth and increase job opportunities for citizens with all levels of educational backgrounds and experiences.
I support Gary because he has a proven record of improving the quality of life in our community.  If there is a problem, he quickly assesses it, helps to find a solution and works to fix it.  I know he will work even harder for Alachua if re-elected. Gary is a great city commissioner and I urge you to support him and re-elect him on April 10.
Fred Hilton 
Alachua, Florida

Support for Gary Hardacre
This letter is in support of Gary Hardacre for re-election to the Alachua City Commission. Gary has invested many years in our community, and he has shown his concern for people by serving in several capacities.
His work with Boy Scouts exhibits his leadership with our youth.  The next generation will continue to provide meaningful activities because of Gary being such a great role model. 
The Alachua Chamber of Commerce is very community and youth focused with members who work together as a team.   Gary demonstrates his concern for families through his volunteer work with Food4Kids of Alachua.  This program is in its tenth year because of volunteers like Gary. 
Our town is a better community; thanks to Gary and his willingness to serve in so many positive ways as a commissioner.  Please consider and vote for Gary Hardacre, seat 5,Alachua City Commission.
Vada Horner,
retired teacher
Alachua, Florida

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