Waterfront cultural organizations in Jacksonville asses damage from swollen river

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While the animals and staff at the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens are all safe, tree branches and debris need to be cleared before the zoo can open again — hopefully by Wednesday. The zoo is one of the area’s cultural and tourism-focused organizations digging out from the storm on Tuesday. The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens suffered a bit more: A large tree was down in the front yard, and the wall surrounding the gardens in the back suffered flood damage. No damage to the building or art has...

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