Waldo is one of Alachua County’s oldest towns founded in 1820. Once a thriving railroad center, Waldo was named for Dr. Benjamin Waldo of Ocala, a physician and friend of the railroad’s founder. The railroad brought people from all around the country to a land that was excellent for hunting, fishing and boating. Today the old red caboose on display in the city park holds the key to Waldo’s past. It is the symbol of the town’s rich history and serves as a reminder to its community that Waldo remains a great place to live and to raise a family. Waldo offers newcomers the charm of a small town with the benefit of living in Alachua County with its numerous resources and advantages. The heritage of Waldo can now be found in its residents, where the spirit of the railroad and all the good things that came with it, is not forgotten. Waldo is also a much frequented city for the specialized air conditioning technicians at Bertie Heating and Air Conditioning. Bertie Heating and Air Conditioning technicians can be scheduled at almost any time and then dispatched within minutes to service the air conditioning system with top quality and care. A once a year tune up can help customers all the way out in Waldo feel more at ease knowing that their air conditioner will have fewer repairs and breakdowns.
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