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The City of Marco Island has enacted codes for building on Marco Island which can be amended by the self-governing mechanisms of democracy through an elected City Council. The City could review and codify the the MICA restrictions. This would update and make more dynamic the building restrictions for Marco Island.
Before there was a City, the mechanism for protecting the quality of life on the Island was spelled out in the deed restrictions. But we have evolved. We have incorporated as a body politic and accepted the responsibility to make decisions about protecting our quality of life through active management and citizen participation.
Is there anything to be gained from keeping the deed restrictions from public control?
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