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Voters in Alachua County to decide on airboat curfew ordinance

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When voters head to the polls this election day on November 2, they’ll be faced with a number of choices. But one of the most contentious items on the ballot this year doesn’t involve a senate or gubernatorial seat, but rather a a seat on an airboat. Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM reporter Trent Kelly has been out on the water, talking to both sides of the issue.

Update: The video was produced following Alachua County’s passage of the curfew ordinance.

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