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January 20, 2013 12:00 AM

Revive decade-old Manatee County trail system proposal

With dredging of Wares Creek from the Manatee Avenue bridge to the Ninth Avenue West span completed in August, Bradenton residents are enjoying a resurgence in wildlife there fish, fowl, even manatees. Nature trails along the creek's banks would be a boon to the quality of life there, even an attraction to bring more visitors to the historic neighborhood.

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