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You live in a 30 year old subdivision with a pool and tennis courts. The pool and tennis courts are maintained by the homeowner's association dues, so everyone in the subdivision has access to them. Your 12 year old son, Adam is an avid tennis player.
The tennis courts were built when the subdivision was first opened, and are showing their age. Roots have gotten under the courts, and over time both courts have become unplayable. Adam worked with the other tennis players in the subdivision to lobby to get the courts repaired. At the last annual meeting of the homeowners association, after much debate, a special assessment was passed to get the tennis courts repaired. About a third of the people at the meeting didn't want to pay more to repair the courts, while the rest supported fixing the courts. The special assessment ended up being a little less the 1/4 of the normal annual homeowners dues.
The tennis courts are in such bad shape that the way they are being "repaired" is to breakup the existing pavement, re-grade the area and lay new pavement. The work is about half way done.
You get a call from one of your neighbors complaining that Adam was messing around with the construction equipment last night after the work crew left for the night. This neighbor is one that is always grumpy, and led the fight against the special assessment to repair the tennis courts. In the past, you have told Adam to stay away from his yard, which Adam has done.
What happens to Adam?