They had a collective sparkle in their eyes as they spoke of a deep gratitude for a city that continued to grow and improve and for its elected and appointed leaders who advocated for that growth and improvement. They discussed in detail their hope for a waterfront that included some development, some parking and some more green space. A waterfront that was finally finished.
I am sorry that the author didn’t like the proposed plan for the waterfront. I respect his opinion. I wish he hadn’t thought so little of those who are supportive of the plan as if they were any less knowledgeable or felt any less passionately for this city and its waterfront. We do, sir. We want to see it grow and change beyond what it is today. We want more than dirt lots and we want a reasonable and aesthetically pleasing plan to fund it.
We like the NRA’s plan. We love it ... seriously.