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We have updated a couple of pages this week including the Government Services Page and the Utilities page. The Government page has been updated with a listing of the Mandarin Area Post offices, Fire Stations and the Police Substation. The Utilities page has been updated with a listing of the local TV and Radio Stations. We will continue to update the pages with more information as we can gather it. You can access these pages either through the tabs at the top on the page listing on the sidebar.

We have also created an acrobat reader file of the Fire Stations that includes pictures for you to download: Mandarin Area Fire Stations

For those who would like to print the TV and/or Radio Stations Listing we have uploaded that as well but they are in a picture format:

Jacksonville Area TV Stations

Jacksonville AREA Radio Stations

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