Is there something that can be done? Like what? The village sent a letter to the POA asking for a discussion prior o the lawsuit. The letter was rebuffed. The village could have made an offer to allow the MBPOA to manage and operate the properties, sort of like a concession, for the use and enjoyment of all MBV residents. But, I don't even know if such an offer was made or even contemplated.I see and appreciate your point. Is there something that can be done to straighten this out? Interesting point about the marina being next to the Deputy Mayor's marina. Very interesting, in deed.
Maybe it's not too late for a settlement conference. Both sides can clearly benefit. The MBPOA has an insurer paying for their legal defense. The insurer faces a claim in excess of $1,000,000 which is in dispute. If the village drops the monetary claim and instead just seeks specific performance of the deed, the insurer can just let it happen and bail on the MBPOA. Oops, I said too much!