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Quite interesting "flailing in the wind".
In my opinion there is nothing to negotiate other than a reasonable time table to tear down the illegal project.
I have had to deal with deed restrictions several times in my life both in personal construction projects and town planning, unlike yourself who appears not to understand their status in law.
You say that you would volunteer to mediate negotiations after you admit to want the golf course on which you have played and wish to stay as it is.
What is that supposed to mean? It means that you already have an opinion and are leaning in one direction. For you to mediate???? Who are you trying to kid or convince?
Good luck, though, in your attempts at election. I for one will not be voting for you.
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