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March 19, 2013 12:00 AM

Public use policies for Bradenton's Riverwalk still evolving

Since opening in October to huge crowds and rave reviews, Riverwalk continues to be a people magnet. Yet not everyone's happy. A recent dust-up put a sharp public focus on park policies -- or lack thereof.

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