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Mr. Adams, from MICA has responded to the great debacle of 2013.
He cited Mr. Kramer as having "ignored" MICA. Speaking of "being ignored" the following email was sent to MICA on July 1, 2013 ... so far, not a peep back.
<QUOTE>Hi, I've looked on the website, but can't seem to find the info.
I'd like to see the 2011 and 2012 annual reports (financial statements) for the association.
I'd also like to see the articles of incorporation and/or the by-laws for MICA too.
If the documents are available in PDF format, I'd appreciate getting the copies emailed.
The most important take away from Mr. Adams' comments is that MICA is empowered to make changes when allowed by the deed restrictions. In the case of the property in question, they are permitted to do so.
I have no axe to grind with MICA or Mr. Kramer, and my interest is purely selfish and personal. I want to go, with or without family and friends, and play a round. My wife and I bicycled over once and found the course to be a welcomed joy to what is available to residents on the island. Now we can't.
I don't know about past differences, the need for chest pounding, or anything else hidden from open view. What I do know is that I wish Mr. Kramer and MICA would come to some type of a win-win for them and for the lowly citizens and members of MICA.
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