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"Like many developments overseen by homeowner associations, much of Marco Island is a deed-restricted community governed by MICA. In 1986, it took over the Deltona Corp. deed restrictions, which were intended to protect the island’s integrity, preserve property values and ensure new construction conformed to the original 1965 restrictions."
There are some that would like to dismiss MICA, but there exists disparities between the city of Marco Island and MICA deed restrictions. If you think this putt putt is a small issue, then watch out for the Midtown District, as the city rolls out its "vision"
Speaking of "vision", how is the city plan (actually whipsaw plan) for density transfer working out. Remember the city allowed increase density near Veterans Park, when in fact in 2007 the city protected the area by destroying density credit transfer as a result of the Glon property purchase.
Folks, there really is no city plan other than to accentuate taxable revenue to the detriment of quality.
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