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Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Climate change

| Staff Reporters
I have lived in Florida for more than 5 decades. The Pembroke Pines home I grew up in was built without air conditioning. (My dad did add 3 individual A/C units that we used sparingly. Neither of the bedrooms I used had its own unit.) I regularly went to summer camp in Avon Park, Florida; there was no air conditioning in the cabins, mess hall, arts and crafts building or the gymnasium.


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