The city of Houston could have made more of a pitch that they are going to be able to accomplish something other than just taking control of an existing asset that belongs to Texas Parks and Wildlife. Texas Parks and Wildlife apparently has no funds to do anything, so this appears to be a win situation for the city and for the park.
Right after World War II my grandfather, Gus Anderson, started this company because he felt there was a need for this kind of manufacturing and that there were a lot of companies to play off of, especially in Bridgeport. My grandfather met Igor Sikorsky a long time ago and got the idea that Sikorsky Aircraft would be a great place to do business.
Anyone who would say it's worse than it was before isn't being realistic. Before you could run around without the glare of the spotlight on you when you were conducting your search. Now at least you can't do that. You are going to draw attention. Some situations are going to have some uniqueness, but I don't want to throw the baby out with the bathwater and say the whole initiative if flawed. It's too early to say that.