One of the things that came out of Savannah's report was using the Army Corp of Engineers which had to be included already could reduce the cost.
However this company would be very interesting to talk to.
The Peninsula was the most visionary project ever brought to Lakewood. The leaders were
no where near ready to understand it, or had the patience with who brought it. Very, very,
I agree, it was/is really visionary.
Well, Army Corp could probably do it too. We do the same thing (dredge-tubing) in Florida for reclaiming beaches from erosion. But on the peninsula "Wings" there would need to be a containment wall to pour the slurry into. This company cited above was involved with some huge human made islands. Some the size of the peninsula were completed in one year.
Hmm, on the fast food front, I think you must be being sarcastic
Did the Quaker State thing fall through? It really looked like a quality match to the tone of that area of Detroit. Particularly caddy-corner to the Library revitalization.
Hey I like Tacos. Used to have to go out to North Olmstead or something back in the day to get good ones. I think there was a favorite Karen Carpenter song that always played there, which really added texture to the whole experience of taco eating.
We've only just begun..... to eat....
Shredded cheese and mystery meat....
A squirt of sauce and we're on our way.....
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