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I want to share my perspectives with you on the Trinity project.
Our county is very proud of our vision to become a vibrant community, attractive for our residents and for others who might come here. Part of this vision is to develop a lifestyle center, where shopping can be pleasurable, social and fill many of our general retail needs and wants.
A conceptual plan was developed for this lifestyle retail center (and I’ll use this term to express what was intended, versus a shopping center or mall). The options were limited, and required relocation (the Airport Basin project), lease agreements (currently a memorandum of agreement between county and schools), and selection of a business developer (Boyer).
That was in 2006, three years ago. An artist rendition of the proposed lifestyle center was developed, and expectations were that a significant improvement to the retail capability would be added by a large anchor tenant. It appeared that Boyer was ready to make things happen as a willing participant to a strong public / private partnership development team.
However, things have not happened. Rather than a tale of milestones met, it is a story of
“can’t do unless.”
There are several things that concern me.
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