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HEADLINES

Parking Kiosk- Parking kiosk, fee proposals get mixed reaction from merchants, residents
Take Our Poll: Should the Town have Parking Kiosks on Worth Ave. & Royal Poinciana Way?

- Committee: Create parking districts, use fees to help combat beach erosion

- Town Council adopts $58.5 million budget, keeps property tax rate unchanged

- Green market rejected by zoning board; some cite 'carpetbaggers,' 'opportunists.' Take our poll.

- Palm Beach is considering a request to permit a Green Market in town on Sundays during the season. Should the Town of Palm Beach allow an open-air fruit and vegetable Green Market? Take Our Poll

- Arcane filmmaking ban in residential areas should be reconsidered

- Revised Testa's plan seeks stores, homes, restaurant, parking

- SAVE THE DATES: BIG FALL EVENTS COMING SOON
> Civic Association Town Hall Meeting with US Congressman Allen West
> Coffee and Conversation with Palm Beach Town Council President David Rosow
> Civic Association Community Forum featuring Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw and Palm Beach State Attorney Michael McAuliffe
> Civic Association Directors Annual Fall Luncheon Meeting with Guest Speaker, Palm Beach Town Council Member Michael Pucillo
> Civic Association Welcome Home Party
> Coffee and Conversation with Palm Beach Town Manager Peter Elwell

- CIVIC ASSOCIATION DIRECTORS IN THE NEWS

Palm Beach Par 3 to host marathon qualifier, finals to aid Special Olympics
Golf legend Raymond Floyd of Palm Beach, who led the renovation of the Par 3, will serve as the event’s honorary chairman.

- See who voted for and against the county tax rate hike plus all the news on the issue
> County tax hike spares deputies, keeps bus fares flat and nature centers/pools open

- TaxWatch report suggests more than $4 billion in government cost savings

SIDEBAR

- Evans Report: 2011 seeing increase in Palm Beach real estate sales

- Water district finds $70 million for pump to resume 10-year-old reservoir project

- County wants Jupiter Inlet District, town to pay $300,000 each for beach restoration

- South Florida continues to throw sand at eroding beaches

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