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Coral Springs’ Covered Bridge was the first permanent structure built before Coral Springs was even a City. It is now 51 years old and a Florida Heritage Site. My parents moved my family to Coral Springs in the city’s infancy. I remember often playing on this bridge. Today, not many residents know it is …

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