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Sigh. Mr. Kramer should do three things, at least with regard to resolving this problem. If there's an additional or different hidden agenda involving MICA, that will come out into the open soon enough.
He needs to simultaneously submit a request to MICA for it to amend/update the deed restrictions to, let's say for example, add "miniature golf courses, and internet cafes" to allowable businesses and remove "telegraph exchanges and haberdasheries" from the list; submit the as-built plans to the MICA AR person/committee; and, agree to mediate any issues MICA presents.
Also, in the multitude of posts here and to other letters, not a single person actually living in the vicinity of the course, has commented negatively ... the earlier "fears" would not seem to have been realistic.
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