William, 10/26/2007 - 9:19pm "Just out of curiosity... If the city puts out a Request For Proposal, wouldnt that only be able to be done for the property the city already owns and not the cement plant property? It seems unreasonable for developers to put forth proposals to build on property they dont own. It seems unreasonable for the city to ask for RFPs on property it doesnt own. If we want a good sized development like the Tulsa Landing proposal for instance, part of the property is owned by the city, the other is owned by another business. How can any developer be guaranteed that he would be the one to get the cement plant property? Can the city dictate which developer gets the property owned by a different individual? If any developer bought the cement plant property it would be pretty sensless for the city to then set out a RFP because really the only proposal worth anything would then be the one put out by the person who owns the cement plant property. I still dont get how this is supposed to work without being a complete farse, unless the city buys the cement plant property first and then asks for an RFP for the entire site?"
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