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Wednesday May 4th, 2016 2:02AM

Part of Gainesville walking trail temporarily closing

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - A part of a popular west side walking trail in Gainesville will be temporarily closing next month.

Gainesville Parks and Recreation says a portion of Wilshire Trails will be closed for bridge work from February 5-7.

For more information, please contact Gainesville Parks and Recreation at 770.531.2680.
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