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Slideshow: Development issues along the Rainbow River bring split views on future of Dunnellon

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The small town of Dunnellon in Marion County was founded where the Withlacoochee and Rainbow Rivers meet. As Trent Kelly reports, with the threat of development looming along the banks of the two rivers, a citizen-led group is now trying to save what’s left, before it’s gone forever.

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