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December 15, 2013 12:00 AM

Manatee residents, let your voice be heard on growth plan revisions

If the intense public interest in the Long Bar Pointe development proposal is any indication of concern about Manatee County's comprehensive plan and land development code, then residents should be keeping a keen eye on the pending revisions to the massive blueprint that will guide future growth.

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