However, I have a post I want to write. I've been thinking about it. I want to kinda summarize Rowlett over the past couple of years, or so. It's a good story, but some things need to be modified and new dimensions added.
Now I'm not going to get on an orange crate and write about how poorly Rowlett is doing. That simply isn't true. I'm not going to get on the same crate and complain about the poor quality of Rowlett's leadership. That simply isn't true. The truth to me lies somewhere between 1 and 10 in several categories.
As per usual, I will stay within my areas of expertise. I don't pretend to know everything, however I do suggest that any opposing viewpoints might hone up on real estate development practices and procedures before crossing swords. These might include nettlesome little things like Costing, Market Study Analysis, Project Management, etc. Opinions don't swing much weight. Facts do. Most lay "experts" are armed by lame opinions instead of facts. This includes peasantry and royalty. I have about a 50 year head start on most real estate "experts" armed with only opinions.