Reflections of Manatee will get to use its sugarcane field adjacent to Mineral Springs Park for another five years as part of a mediation agreement with the city that turns land owned by Reflections back to the city for the expansion of the historic park. The city has agreed to maintain the perimeter of the cane field that has become unsightly. MARK YOUNG/Bradenton Herald
Reflections of Manatee will get to use its sugarcane field adjacent to Mineral Springs Park for another five years as part of a mediation agreement with the city that turns land owned by Reflections back to the city for the expansion of the historic park. The city has agreed to maintain the perimeter of the cane field that has become unsightly. MARK YOUNG/Bradenton Herald
Reflections of Manatee will get to use its sugarcane field adjacent to Mineral Springs Park for another five years as part of a mediation agreement with the city that turns land owned by Reflections back to the city for the expansion of the historic park. The city has agreed to maintain the perimeter of the cane field that has become unsightly. MARK YOUNG/Bradenton Herald

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