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Sub regions

I've tried to plunge forward with defining the sub regions here. Though I'm not a local, I've travelled some of this region. My uncertaintly is mostly in the West Central Florida area as to whether the additional counties of Sumter and Citrus should be included or are more appropriate to a more northern region. As with most state sub-regions there isn't going to be uniformity within these regions. I notice that Wikipedia calls our East Central Florida just "Central Florida" while acknowledging the West Central Florida area as geographically Central, but usually called Tampa Bay or Suncoast. Those terms reference overlapping areas and would not be a good usage for us. Additionally, their Tampa Bay leaves out Hillsborough county. OldPine 08:53, 7 October 2006 (EDT)

Should I-4 corridor be a region, since it is just parts of the East and West regions? Seems redundant to me.Jtesla16 13:02, 7 September 2008 (EDT)

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"The Safety rate is very high. " What is this supposed to mean? Hawkeyefla 17:20, 21 March 2012 (EDT)

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