It's a beautiful setting with two rivers, the English and the Iowa, in a wooded area and in a rural setting. Our view is that the project works better in that kind of setting versus an urban setting. It provides good ambience.
People's opinions have moved up and down on the project over time. That's to be expected.
Our intent is to work on it, take the time to do it well, obviously, but to do it with dispatch.
If you want to build a world-class project, you need a world-class team. And we're assembling that team.
They're each different. They're each quite good. They have good people.
Location is very important to us, which is why the work is taking so much time and why we are taking this on with such due diligence.
I don't know if we're going to need to take on some debt or not. The board would prefer that we not.
It will be a national environmental facility. There's nothing like it in our country.
The cost of the project itself is 155 million.