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High Springs city comission to look at figures on managing Poe Springs

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The High Springs City Commission will look at figures related to a proposal under which the city would take over day-to-day operations of Poe Springs Park on Thursday afternoon. WUFT-FM’s Chris Peralta spoke with High Springs City Commissioner Bob Barnas, who is spearheading the proposal, about the plan.

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Barnas also said the city would be able to back out of the agreement should the plan fail, but expressed optimism about the city’s ability to manage the park.

 

Barnas also said the city would be able to back out of the agreement should the plan fail, but expressed optimism about the city’s ability to manage the park.

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Chris is a reporter for WUFT News and can be contacted by calling 352-392-6397 or emailing news@wuft.org.

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