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Mr. Herb Savage As I am sure you are aware many folks including myself hold you in great respect for your devotion to Marco Island through the Deltona Corporation. After studying the history of Deltona, Marco Island and the Mackle Brothers and the facts that are presented at the Historical Museum one can conclude that the island was not geared for the "young families" but more towards a second home or home to retire to. I would have to differ with your position on the Mini-golf as a prominent Architect on Marco Island both present and past you of all people know the rules and regulations set by Deltona need to apply to all projects.
To say the Deed Restrictions need not to be part of the process superseeds all of what Deltona was about. Would Frank Mackle allow a carnival in the middle of the island? A race track? Gambling Casino? Adult entertainment? I believe not and that is why Deltona left the Deed Restrictions. Now, I agree MICA may not be the right entinty to control the restrictions. That is a seperate issue, but they still need to remain and to be applied.
I have great respect for yourself, Deltona, and the Mackle Brothers for creating this wonderfull paradise but please do not let me lose your respect by not standing by the very heart of Marco Island that being the wishes of Deltona Corporation via the Deed Restrictions.
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