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Fish Camp Owners Worry An Airboat Curfew Would Hurt Business

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Fish Camp Owner disagrees with potential airboat curfew. Owner of Twin Lakes Fishing and Camping Jeff Stucker says an airboat curfew ordinance would cost the county, and his business money. The Alachua County Commission has the final say as to whether or not the ordinance goes on the ballot. “Quiet Lakes of Alachua County” needed seven-percent of the voters in Alachua County to sign the petition. The election is scheduled for November 2nd.

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