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Older condos dominate barrier island

A1A is lined with condos in Boca Raton, where 77% of barrier island condos are 40 years or older. While the City Council enacted a measure to inspect buildings taller than three stories 30 years after construction, the League of Cities is pursuing an even more rigorous standard. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star

Residents bear rising costs of upkeep to live by water | Plan targets buildings 25 or older for inspections, regardless of height | Boca Raton first in county to enact building inspection requirements

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