So previously, essentially we were shielded from direct politicians, and we were shielded by essentially the park department. The park board ran interference for their department, and they advocated people appointed to the park board were pro parks, and they advocated, just as hospital boards would, and school boards, for the agency that they were appointed to represent. So the zoo and the other parks at that time, under the parks board had that umbrella. And if we were successful at the zoo, the park department, they would’ve been quick to criticize and question if we were unsuccessful. But we were successful. And they, from that standpoint, were provided the protection from direct politics. And direct politics was not too negative, but it was, zoo director had to spend considerably more time defending the zoo from political influence and criticism than when the park department… Under the park department, we basically pleased they were our bosses.