U-turn on Proposed Roadwork?
Radical changes to one critical, busy thoroughfare in North Central Florida appear to be off the table as of Friday evening. That's according to a majority of those who will ultimately decide its fate. Since it's a county project, Alachua county commissioners have the final say. We decided to see where they stand after recent, at times heated citizen discussion.
"We try very hard in the decisions we make to make sure people are successful. We shouldn't be doing something that we know is going to have an overall negative impact on someone's livelihood," said Alachua county commission chair Lee Pinkoson.
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