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    The Hilton Head Town Council quickly gave up on the idea of imposing a parking fee at the Coligny Beach Parking Area for 2018, but the proposal, made earlier this week at the town's annual workshop, has engendered a great deal of discussion among islanders -- including these people we interviewed in the Coligny Plaza area on Friday.