City of Alachua Closes on $1.2 Millon "Project Legacy" Property
They hope to create a legacy and the land to do it with... just became theirs.
The City of Alachua closed on 105 acres of land next to the Hal Brady Recreation Complex Thursday.
Alachua purchased the property, with help from Alachua County Tourism Tax dollars, for just under $1.2 million dollars from JTD land company. The land will be used for "Project Legacy," an expansion of the current sports and recreation complex.
The next step is raising money to build the First Phase: three multi- purpose fields.
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