I would say it's in his best interest, at this stage of the game.
It is appropriate, after five years ... for us to understand the ramifications, positive or negative, economic, environmental, traffic, and what have you.
It's a huge problem. We're 25 years behind on the improvements we need.
We don't see any connectivity that makes sense to us. We're going to start showing up at your meetings more, because our message doesn't seem to get across.
The mayor has let her rage, her distaste for Ray Hunt, cloud her vision. We have a mayor who thinks she can make unilateral decisions that she cannot. This is not a monarchy.
It's very hard for us to make an intelligent decision without knowing all the facts. There's a lot of misinformation.
If we don't do something, I think Congress will eventually unwind the Wright amendment. At least we got them to stand down and not have Congress pick it off one state at a time.
It is an unused park for the citizens of Dallas, and I think this is the right direction. It would benefit Rowlett, because the economic development would be there. But it would keep the tax base in Dallas.
You circumvent our authority and our process in this, ... You stood there and said 'I,' 'I,' 'I,' 'my vision,' -- she doesn't know any other pronoun.
We have a policy, ... If you want to change the policy, go to the committee, go to the appropriate authority.
You think you can circumvent our authority and our powers. You can't.