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Adena Springs Ranch water permit application subject of meeting tonight

By on August 22nd, 2012

A public meeting is being held tonight by Ocala ranch Adena Springs to discuss its water use application. The meeting comes a few weeks after Adena Springs held a similar meeting that was invitation only. Howard T. Odum Florida Springs Institute Director Robert Knight will be present at tonight’s meeting but expects no new information will be presented.

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Nonetheless, he hopes the residents present at the meeting will be able to have their questions answered.

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He says the application is now due in November.

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A call to Adena Springs to comment on the meeting was not returned. The meeting is being held tonight at 6:30 at Church of the Springs in Ocala.


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