Traffic, parking and cost to taxpayers were among the issues raised at Thursday’s public meeting about the $5 million redevelopment for the “funky fishing village” on State Road A1A from Jupiter Beach Road north to U.S. 1.
“I’m afraid my taxes are going to go up and I’m going to have to move,” said Karen Mosely, 68, a retired teacher who was one one of about 80 people who attended the meeting at Jupiter Beach Resort.
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