In a letter dated March 9, 2015 Michigan’s Assistant Attorney General for the Charitable Trusts Corporate Oversight Division, Mike Bloomfield, replied to the February 17, 2015 letter of complaint regarding the deletion of a critical section of the Lease Agreement for Jean Klock Park. The section that was “deleted” was listed under the lease Considerations as “Additional Rent” and required the Harbor Shores developers to construct the East Klock Road extension as further compensation to the City of Benton Harbor for the use of 22 acres of parkland for a golf course. Read the Assistant AG's letter here. Though it’s not surprising, the Assistant AG’s response was far less than satisfying and provided no consideration whatsoever for the list of transgressions that took place or the bullet points that were presented in the complaint. We know from experience that pointing out what was not addressed in the letter would just be a tit- for-tat waste of time. We prefer to move on to the next step and will let you know when we take it. We are sure some of you wonder why we continue to work so hard on what appears to many to be a lost cause. It is because we know it is not over and feel a need to keep an eye on the situation at all times. We suspect Harbor Shores/Whirlpool will not be satisfied until they have complete control of what is left of JKP and can further develop the beach, which would be a blatant disregard of the Klock family legacy and their wishes that the park remain in its natural state. We also continue working on these issues in order to create a record, but especially for the good, and protection, of the public trust.