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Thursday May 26th, 2016 12:41PM

Gainesville meeting on state Deer Mgt. Plan is Mon.

By Ken Stanford Reporter
SOCIAL CIRCLE - Gainesville will be the scene Monday of one of the state's final public hearings on a new Deer Management Plan.<br /> <br /> Gainesville is one urban area of the state where deer have become a problem for some residents in recent years - notably along Riverside Drive and urban deer management is one of the issues being addressed at the hearings. <br /> <br /> The series of meetings began earlier this month. (See second link below.)<br /> <br />
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