Airing concerns about an open-air shelter
Alex de Armas / WUFT-FM
Gazebo in downtown High Springs
The size and scope of a community’s controversy is relative. A bigger city like Gainesville can become divided over things like tax hikes, biomass and bike paths, but Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Alex de Armas reports in High Springs, an antebellum style gazebo has people talking and feelings stirred up.
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