Troubled City of Hampton to Seek Help
The fate of one North Central Florida town facing a plethora of problems may be decided at the end of this month.
State Senator Rob Bradley and representative Charles Van Zant plan to talk with residents about whether to dissolve the City Government of Hampton.
State lawmakers recommended merging the city into an unincorporated portion of Bradford County earlier this month after a scathing audit found widespread misuse of funds.
The meeting to discuss Hampton's future will take place next Thursday at City Hall.
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