Planning fees collected by the City of West Palm Beach are on pace to break a boom-time high as developers pitch new projects in a reviving economy.
Nine months into the city’s fiscal year, planning fee revenues have nearly surpassed all of 2012 and could grow to more than $359,450, a 31 percent increase from last year, and the highest since at least 1998.
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