In discussing how to keep young people in and attracting young people to Topeka, you'll often hear people talk about "quality of life" issues. They say things like walking trails, a vibrant nightlife and arts performances need to be a priority, not just for young people but for families and everyone else, too. It's part of why they're pushing for developing along Topeka's riverfront. I agree I like all those things they want to see and the plans sound nice, but I wonder what price you're willing to pay for it all. The estimate from the firm hired to develop the riverfront development plan came in this week at more than $56 million. Does it make you think differently about the project? Does it make a difference if there was some sort of guarantee it wouldn't use any tax dollars? Does Topeka even have a quality of life problem? Let me know your thoughts!