I just read a post on Facebook by Tammy. She was visiting a 2 acre crystal lagoon in Humble, Texas, along with other Council members. She was very pleased with what she saw. That's good. Blake Margolis used the word "breathtaking." That, too, is good.
So, I'm pleased that Council is impressed with the lagoon look and what it can do for Rowlett. That should strengthen their resolve.
My question/comment is a little more pragmatic. If the lagoon becomes acceptable to Council at 25% of what was promised, is 25% of what was promised for the fountain and trolley also acceptable?
Tammy's reply was good. She said the 2 acre lagoon had been limited by the size of the developed land in Humble. The implication being that perhaps a 2 acre lagoon would not be large enough in Bayside. The fountain and trolley were not mentioned.