Give the new owners a discount - and let them bring in the police to take out the 'vigil' folks.
That request was denied yesterday by Justice Thomas A. Connors, who wrote in a 13-page decision that the parishioners had failed to show that they are likely to prevail in making their case for ownership, a prerequisite for granting an injunction.
The judge did find cause to grant the parishioners' second request, for a ''memorandum of lis pendens," which will be filed at the Plymouth Country Registry of Deeds to notify the public that the property is the subject of a suit.
All we have to do now is let them pour money and time into their project and wait it out.
''Probably a prudent person would see it and say, 'I'm going to wait to see who owns this before I put up the money,"' said Galvin.
The judge just told everyone "who" owns it....but...knock yourselves out!