The state Department of Community Affairs has reviewed Palm Beach’s comprehensive plan and has questions about the use and density of the Palm Beach Oceanfront Inn. The town in June sent a proposal to Tallahassee to allow the state to review a design for a 99-unit hotel in place of the current 58 rooms at the two-story motel at 3550 S. Ocean Blvd., and the agency has raised questions over the number of units. Town Manager Rex Taylor said he thinks the concerns can be addressed relatively easily.
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