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It was a busy news week in our community.

Three inmates test positive for COVID-19 in the Levy County Detention Center, the Alachua County School Board moves the start of the school year to August 31st, and the Suwanee River Water Management District postponed a vote that would allow Nestle to use water from Ginnie Springs. Here are 12 stories published by Mainstreet Daily News that shaped the community this week.

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