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Dear Herb: I know you know that City Council has no control or jurisdiction over MICA when it comes to enforcement of Deed Restrictions. I, like you, also have no issue with the Miniature Golf Course and would like to see it stay. But at this point it appears to be an issue of Mr. Kramer's ego against MICA, and his violation of the Deed Restrictions and MICA review procedures. Th9is could be resolved by a sit down meeting and possibly making some minor revisions. But from what I see, Mr. Kramer is not willing to do this. I liken this to the approval by the Planning Board of the Horse Drawn Carraige idea. It turns out that both properties that were the subject of the request had Deed Restrictions against having "farm animals" (horses) being kept on the property. Has Council approved it, subsequent to the Planning Board Approval, I am certain that MICA would have stepped in and stopped it based upon the Deed Restrictions. City Government only looks at zoning, land use and density, not Deed Restrictions.We know you and Fred go way back. Why don't you try to convince him to sit down with MICA and try to resolve the issues at hand.Ed Issler
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