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MICA should not have to be involved. The City should have done their job and ended this discussion on Monday by enforcing the deed restriction. Instead, City Council agreed to sign a letter of intent which gives further incentive for this group to spend more money on developing plans for a school at Mackle Park. Had the City fullfilled their obligation to protect common land then MICA would have no need to be involved. Let's hope MICA speaks up as they did when the school board wanted to sell Tract K.
Council candidates, where do you stand on this issue?
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