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ISSUE 2

February 2018
WATER CODE CONTROVERSY POLLUTES COMMUNITY RELATIONSHIPS; ADVOCACY TOOLS FOR STUDENTS; IMPACTS OF HURRICANE IRMA LINGER IN ALACHUA COUNTY; THE 2018 GOVERNOR'S RACE: IS IT TOO EARLY TO CARE?; UF COMMUNITY REACTS TO SELF-DRIVING BUSES THAT WILL CONNECT UNIVERSITY AND DOWNTOWN GAINESVILLE; PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP HELPS FUEL GAINESVILLE RTS

ISSUE 1

THE POWERS OF THE GAINESVILLE CITY COMMISSION, NIGHTLIFE IN THE CITY, WHAT'S GOING ON WITH AMENDMENT 2?, WILD SPACES, PUBLIC PLACES: ASSESSING THE IMPACT, A CITY COMMISSION VOTE COULD CHANGE YOUR MONTHLY UTILITY BILL, DISTRICT 2 AT LARGE RACE, DISTRICT 2 RACE, DISTRICT 3 RACE
 

SPECIAL EDITION- CITY OF GAINESVILLE CANDIDATE PROFILES AT-LARGE DISTRICT 1

GAIL JOHNSON AND HARVEY BUDD