Looks like the island residents are happy with the new plan:
“I like what I see,” said Tise Eyler, a resident of the state-owned island who had criticized the initial plan. “They really accommodated us in a lot of ways. They reduced the scope.”
The new plan shrinks the area slated for new construction from 63 acres to 22 acres — the first change since September 2007, when developer Linger Longer Communities was chosen to lead the project
Is this a happy ending, or just a calm in the storm until the economy improves?