A 95-page plan presented by the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council to the town council of Palm Beach suggested amendments to the strict zoning of Royal Poinciana Way, to allow for more retail and commercial development. The plans, which included the development of up to 130,000 square feet of new commercial space and up to 60,000 square feet of other new buildings, was met with opposition by some council members, who believe the area should remain a less dense, residential community.
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