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Infrastructure, recreation among Eddington’s top priorities in 2024

| Hansen Hasenberg
Everyone seems to have New Year’s resolutions, even elected officials. Santa Rosa County Commissioner Ray Eddington, who represents district four which includes Holley and Navarre, said he is looking forward to 2024 as an important year for expanding and improving south Santa Rosa County’s infrastructure, as well as its recreational opportunities.  “We’re looking (forward) to a good year,” Eddington said.
Making a new Navarre Bridge into reality is part of Commissioner Ray Eddington’s priorities in 2024. He is heading to Washington, D.C. to speak with Sen. Rick Scott and Rep. Matt Gaetz to try and secure funding for the project.


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