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Gainesville voters again reject annexation measure

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Less than a year after voting against it, voters are still opposed to Gainesville’s effort to expand its city limits and tax base.

A majority of voters in Alachua County Precinct 22 on Tuesday voted against the referendum.

Some voters believe it’s easier to keep the status quo, and Tondrea Haddly has more on the issue in this report.

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