It was $250,000, which today is nothing, but in those days was a lot, especially for what we were getting. And was to be paid for by general obligation bonds, the city, and the city commission met every Tuesday night. So it was all set. Five commissioners agreed to approve it. The Friday before that Tuesday, a major bridge fell in over the Kansas River. Several cars went in, one fella was killed. So the mayor, this was a big tragedy for this community, mayor authorized all the bridges of the town to be inspected, half of ’em had structural failure, all capital improvements projects stopped. And, boy, I thought if we don’t get this thing approved now, as far as we’ve come, and as close as we are. And if we don’t get this project going, then the first big thing for the zoo, we’ll probably never get any project going.