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Saturday, July 31, 2021

Lina Ruiz


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The Opus Coffee Airstream is displayed outside Gainesville’s Innovation District Thursday night. It will be moved to 4th Ave Food Park and open for business this month.

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Natalie Strappy, executive director of the Alachua County School District’s Head Start program, invites employees, parents and members of the program to stand and be recognized during a proclamation at Tuesday’s school board meeting.

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Natalie Strappy, executive director of the Alachua County School District’s Head Start program, invites employees, parents and members of the program to stand and be recognized during a proclamation at Tuesday’s school board meeting.

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Alachua County 4-H President Madison Hurm, 17, speaks at Tuesday’s County Commission meeting. The board proclaimed Oct. 6 through Oct. 12 as National 4-H Week in Alachua County. 

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Lawrence Calderon, a Gainesville city planner, uses a laser pointer to address a projection screen while presenting a PowerPoint to the Gainesville Development Review Board Tuesday.

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Aaron Green, a 73-year-old Gainesville resident, speaks to the city commission Thursday night about polystyrene cups and containers. Green said the discussions about possibly banning single-use plastics was affecting his business, Fletcher’s Cocktail Lounge, which is located at 619 NW 5th Ave.

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Aaron Green, a 73-year-old Gainesville resident, speaks to the city commission Thursday night about polystyrene cups and containers. Green said the discussions about possibly banning single-use plastics was affecting his business, Fletcher’s Cocktail Lounge, which is located at 619 NW 5th Ave.

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