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Residents and non-residents must have a beach parking permit to park in spots without meters at Lowdermilk Beach Park. Allie Garza / Staff

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Residents and non-residents must have a beach parking permit to park in spots without meters at Lowdermilk Beach Park. Allie Garza / Staff

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  • Sharon Taylor of Bonita Beach unloads her car to meet up with her two girls at Lowdermilk Beach Park on Tuesday, June 16, 2009. Allie Garza / Staff
  • Residents of Collier County must obtain a Collier County Parks & Recreation Beach Parking Permit to avoid paying meters and avoid a ticket when visiting Collier county beaches. Allie Garza / Staff
  • Hannah, 8, and Kim Webber of Cincinnati, Ohio get ready to head out to Lowdermilk Beach Park on Tuesday, June 16, 2009. Webber purchased a $50 non-resident beach permit since they visit Naples often, but said she was shocked at how high the fee has gone up since she last purchased one for $30.   Allie Garza / Staff
  • Hannah, 8, and Kim Webber of Cincinnati, Ohio get ready to head out to Lowdermilk Beach Park on Tuesday, June 16, 2009. Webber purchased a $50 non-resident beach permit since they visit Naples often, but said she was shocked at how high the fee has gone up since she last purchased one for $30.   Allie Garza / Staff
  • Residents and non-residents must have a beach parking permit to park in spots without meters at Lowdermilk Beach Park. Allie Garza / Staff
  • New Collier County Beach Parking Permits are now place on the windshielf of cars instead of the bumper sticker. Currently, parking permits are free to Collier County residents and are $50 for non-residents. Allie Garza / Staff
  • Kim Webber fixes her the hair of her daughter, Hannah, 8, before heading out to Lowermilk Beach Park on Tuesday, June 16, 2009. Allie Garza / Staff

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