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Your quote: "I still say there is no reason that a civic association should have any power to oversee the city's deed regulations. The City Council should jump on this."
This is why there are laws, which are in effect in which MICA does have the rights which in you "opinion" do not exist. It is not at all up to a city council to usurp those laws.
Judge Hayes on the other hand is quite familiar with these laws and has given his opinion based upon facts not suppositions.
Telling people to move elsewhere because they disagree with you, or in this case the law, is not only rude but mean spirited.
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