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Community Update is a newsletter published by the Communications Office. It is provided to keep citizens apprised of the business and events of the County and the Board of County Commissioners.

Thank you for your continued interest in Alachua County government.

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Update-2014-01-17.pdf
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Update-2013-12-13.pdf
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Update-2013-11-15.pdf
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Update-2013-10-25.pdf
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Update-2013-10-11.pdf
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Update-2013-09-27.pdf
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Update-2013-08-16.pdf
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