The county and its municipalities all receive portions of this funding, but the largest chunk, 57.17 percent, goes to the county and the second largest 35.78 percent, to the City of Gainesville. What is Gainesville going to spend this money on?
Of the thousands of tons of recycling processed each year by the Alachua County Materials Recovery Facility, some of those items cannot be recycled.
What school boards are responsible for, how does the school board system work and how much do school board members get paid?
Potential rezoning would allow for single residential, multi-family residential, mixed-use development and conservation management areas on the site containing wetlands and nearly 1,200 acres of planted pines. But that rezoning may not happen anytime soon.
Finding a place to park has become increasingly difficult on 38th Street to the light at 43rd Street. Gainesville city commissioners are trying to solve the issue, while some local businesses disagree with the solution they offer.
Southern pine beetle outbreak causes temporary closure of hiking trail in San Felasco Hammock Preserve State Park.
Will it have a red-light or a traffic roundabout? That decision nearly held up the project longer.
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Hurricane Irma, Richard Spencer, rescued dogs and more.
Once Hawthorne Middle/High School in May earned a D rating on the state accountability report, school officials chose the option to try one last time to improve its score to a C. Another D or worse, and the school closes.