Neighbors near CR39 want to keep commercial traffic off residential streets Neighbors near CR39 want to keep commercial traffic off residential streets - 27 East

Neighbors near CR39 want to keep commercial traffic off residential streets

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authorBrian Bossetta on Feb 11, 2009
How to balance the needs of businesses along the County Road 39 commercial corridor with the desires of residents who live just behind those businesses is a matter being played... more

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