At-Large 2 Candidate Helen Warren Speaks on the Issues Facing Gainesville
Published April 8th, 2014
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Above is our full interview with Gainesville City Commission candidate Helen Warren, conducted on Monday, April 7.
In addition to ways to lower GRU rates, we also asked for her position on Alachua County's proposed transportation surtax and road narrowing projects.
We wrapped up the interview by asking what separates Warren from her opponent, as well as the biggest issue she sees the City Commission facing over the next three years.
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