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A group of Florida cattlemen and executives break ground for the construction of the UF/IFAS Beef Teaching Unit, 3301 23rd Terrace, on Sept. 10, 2015. The 80-acre farm will house a new cattle processing facility and student housing that will be used by animal science students for research.

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Jacques Danieles (left), an 11-year-old Caring and Sharing Learning school student, takes a selfie with Mayor Ed Braddy at Depot Park. In one year, Depot Park opens with a children's area that includes a splash pad and a playground.

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Mayor Ed Braddy and a group of students from the Caring and Sharing Learning School stand on the site of the newly renovated Depot Park. “There will be a playground the size of a football field for you all to enjoy. We do these things for you and the whole community,” Braddy said during his speech.

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Jacques Danieles (left), an 11-year-old Caring and Sharing Learning school student, takes a selfie with Mayor Ed Braddy at Depot Park. In one year, Depot Park opens with a children's area that includes a splash pad and a playground.

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Opening performers, Bears and Lions, sing an original song written for the Depot Park groundbreaking event on Sept. 2, 2015.

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The Depot Park groundbreaking ceremony featured speakers like former Gainesville city mayor Pegeen Hanrahan. The park had been contaminated with coal power plant waste 19 years ago and an enormous effort has been put toward the cleanup, Hanrahan explained.

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Russ Blackburn, Gainesville city manager, breaks ground on the Depot Park’s renovation and cleanup on Sept. 2, 2015. The park will cost $6 million.

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Sally Adkins, Clean Water Partnership coordinator, explains the ecosystem of Depot Park to event attendees. Before the cleanup, the pond that sits in the middle of the park used to be filled with coal tar.

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