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here are 38 named lakes in Lakeland, Florida, but as far as Bill Tinsley knows, only one freshwater spring. A small seep spring, it bubbles clear, 72-degree water out of Florida’s sandy soils just west of downtown, in a spot where the elevation dips below the water table.

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