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Gainesville residents to question the future

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Gainesville residents will have an opportunity to sit down with their commissioners and mayor next week. The city will hold a “Focus on the Future” community forum where residents can give city leaders feedback on what they want Gainesville to look like in the future. Gainesville Communications and Marketing Manager Bob Woods says officials on hand will be able to answer almost any questions residents have.

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The forum will be held this Monday from 6-9 p.m. at the Senior Recreation Center on 34th Street.

In-depth feature:

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