• LAKE BEULAH ROUNDABOUT: The city of Lakeland is moving ahead with plans for a roundabout that will turn the five-point intersection north of Lake Beulah into four points. City commissioners are also raising safety concerns about the railroad underpass on Sloan Avenue between Lake Beulah and the future entrance of Bonnet Springs Park.
  • BANK OF CENTRAL FLORIDA has doubled its assets from $500,000 to $1 billion in two years, a period that saw its territory expand and employment grow from 60 to 80.
  • CIRCLE B Bar Reserve’s Marsh Rabbit Run Trail is closed until further notice “for safety of our visitors and resident wildlife,” Polk County announced.

Source: The Ledger

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