Orlando Braces For Baldwin Park

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November 7, 2001, 10:00 AM PST

By Christian Madera @http://www.twitter.com/cpmadera


The former Orlando Naval Training Center will become home to 8,000 people under the city's plan, but neighbors are concerned about the effects their new neighbors will have on roads and schools. Unfortunately, their concerns are going mostly unheard because of a state law that spares closed military installations in Florida from an onerous and lengthy multi-government review called the Development of Regional Impact.

Thanks to Maria Peralta

Tuesday, November 6, 2001 in The Orlando Sentinel

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