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Dear Mr. Kramer: The Deltona Deed Restrictions become "null and void" is a certain attempt at deception on your part. The actual statement is null and void unless changed by the then owners. If not, they are extended automatically for 10 years or by MICA for an additional 30 years, on behalf of Deltona. That is the case with your property. You know very well that MICA has a Fiduciary Obligation to Deltona to extend and enforce all the Deed Restrictions. You are only trying to fool yourself to say anything else.If not for Deed Restrictions the Island could have had MIA at the Church across from Veteran's Park. If not for Deed Restrictions, the Island could have had horses on property adjacent to operating commercial businesses. There may be 1600 people that signed a petition, and it is certainly understandable that you would be appreciative. But there are 10 times more that support MICA and the Deed Restrictions that they enforce.Hopefully, in retrospect, you realize that you have only yourself to blame for this entire situation. Why you did not work with MICA during the process is beyond me. I certainly hope that your effort can somehow be saved through meetings, fines and changes. But if not, I wish you the best of luck.Ed Issler
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