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Crowing About The New Cranes Roost

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With newly updated walkways, a refurbished amphitheater, and more, Altamonte Springs’ iconic centerpiece, Cranes Roost Park, has reopened to the community and is better than ever.

Maria Alvarez-Simmons is one Altamonte Springs resident who is thankful the $10 million, eight-month-long project to repair and renovate Cranes Roost Park is finally complete.

“I missed it when it was closed because I love the walking paths,” says Maria, the former Maitland Area

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