There’s been talk in Whitewater about an out-of-town developer’s plan for a hotel, library, and a local clinic.
The easiest way to consider the project is to ask a simple question:
Is there any part of the project without which the entire effort would not go forward?
Identifying an indispensable part, if any, reveals the essence of the project and the priority among its elements.
Afterward, a follow-up:
Does any party to the project have a non-negotiable position about the proper location of the project?
The answers to these questions will offer the most accurate description of the proposal.