/r /all The Sanibel Resort, a resort in the Santa Ana area, has gone down for the second time in two months, and residents are concerned about its future.
The resort closed in October to make way for the redevelopment of the Bayfront Stadium.
Now, the resort is closed again, and has no way of making it back online, according to its Facebook page.
The site says the resort will close Nov. 10.
According to its Twitter account, the owner of the resort has not responded to messages since Monday.
The company’s social media posts on social media suggest that the owners of the M Resort are trying to sell the property, and that the resort was not in full compliance with the resort’s regulations.
Sanibel Beach and nearby Santa Ana are a popular destination for tourists, and the resort and Bayfront stadium are both popular attractions.
Residents in the area are worried that the loss of the resorts could hurt tourism and hurt their businesses.
The M Resort was set up in 1989 to be a place to stay at in Santa Ana when the resort shut down.
The property was built in the late 1980s, and was renovated in 1990, according the MPR’s Michael Kieffer.
After the resort closed, it was sold to a family who purchased the land, according Kiefer.
The family is now trying to redevelop the land and create another resort, but has not been able to find investors willing to fund that effort.
“I’ve been to many resorts in the past, and I don’t think I’ve ever seen a resort like this go out of business before,” said one resident.
On Wednesday, MPR reporter Michael Kueffer tweeted a photo of a note the resort posted to its Instagram account, saying that the M and M+ were closing on Nov. 4.
The message included a message that the following day the resort would reopen.
This post has been updated to include comment from the resort.