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Ed Braddy sworn in as Gainesville’s mayor

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New Gainesville mayor Ed Braddy
New Gainesville mayor Ed Braddy is sworn in Thursday at Gainesville's Thelma Boltin Center.

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The swearing in of new Gainesville Mayor Ed Braddy created a buzz inside the Thelma Boltin Center because of all the changes he plans to bring.

In fact, Braddy chose the location as a means of displaying his declared commitment to improving all parts of the city, including the east side.

One of the many changes he plans to enact while in office is working to make sure that all commissioners have a chance to speak on issues.

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