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Old 08-17-2012, 12:15 PM
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Battery charges dropped against Wiregrass Ranch developer | TBO.com

Porter has been the public face of Wiregrass Ranch for two years. The Porter family has owned the 5,000-acre ranch in since 1937. The former cattle ranch is now home to the Shops of Wiregrass shopping mall, a new hospital, a college campus and is the future home of a Raymond James Financial office park.

The family also is negotiating with Pasco County to build a massive sports complex at Wiregrass.


I knew about this but was informed it was a secret but I guess the secret is no longer a secret.

This will be competition for Saddlebrook and many professional athletes will be going there if everything is going as planned...

Good for job in Pasco County, but perhaps not so good news for Saddlebrook
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