Gainesville road project on NW 16th Blvd continues to draw mixed reactions
Controversy over a proposed road project continues to brew in Alachua County. County Commissioners and some supporting citizens are on one side in support of the project and many others stand on the other side in strong opposition. As of right now, project proposals stand at just 30 percent and have a long way to go before receiving approval. County commissioners insist they are ready and willing to listen to citizens’ concerns on the issue. WUFT FM’s Laura McKeeman reports.
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