Growth is big issue for Jupiter in 2016


Development — and the debate whether it’s good or bad for Jupiter — is expected to be the town’s main issue in 2016.

While many welcome development to increase jobs and revenue, others warn of too much congestion.

“We’d like to have economic development but keep that small-town feel of Jupiter,” said Cheryl Schneider, a Jupiter resident speaking at the Dec. 15 council meeting on the Love Street development.

Here are some of the new developments likely coming to Jupiter in the coming year:



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