Allison told the members of the NWCA board that it has been discovered that all the infrastructure on the bayfront may have to be done together instead of in phases as once planned.


It is still not known if this will pencil out for the city, port, Gaylord and Pacifica.
































The landswap is the key to having a Signature Park if Gaylord insists upon being in the spot where the park was originally planned. Allison was concerned that Mayor Cox wanted to throw out everything the Citizen's Advisory Committee had agreed upon including the land swap. The Port is also being difficult about the land swap. They are refusing to include H-15, which makes the deal pencil out for Pacifica and the State Lands Commission has already said meets its criteria. The Port and Pacifica are still negotiating.