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Alachua County advisory boards working out kinks in proposed CRA

By on November 15th, 2011

The Alachua County Commission held a special meeting earlier this morning to discuss the  Community Redevelopment Area for the area of unincorporated county directly east of the Gainesville city limits. Growth Managment Department Planner Micheal Castine says the commission asked staff to work with the advisory boards.

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Castine talks about the next step.

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Castine says the commission and staff do no have any plans for the proposed CRA yet.

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The Commission will wait to hear from the advisory boards before approving any plans.


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