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Like the deed restrictions, the PUD is something in black and white and available for the world to review.
And, with regard to both, MICA is empowered to do reasonable things, and the city is on the garage. MICA can so "no" and would appear unreasonable, where as the city holding the Marriott to its signed agreement would probably appear reasonable .... the former I believe adds a little something to the quality of life on the island, where the latter I believe will only detract. At some point, there just aren't enough palm trees and flowers on earth to make a bulky building and parking garage "good" or quaintly tropical.
The Marriott, like Mr Kramer should be allowed to plead its case, and "we" should be allowed some say.
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