I have just returned from a meeting with Mr. Hermann, who asked about the project and locals’ responses to it. We talked about what issues the project has brought to the surface, and how it is useful for town hall to see what bothers people and what they would like to see different. If people don’t speak their mind, it’s impossible to determine what is bothering them. In this sense, the project has already proven to be a very useful instrument for gathering information. Many locals feel the need to talk about it, and so we can see a wide range of locals’ viewpoints and wishes. Mr. Hermann said that UNES-CO is playing the role of a research project that, if the city were to order one from a professional company, would cost much more than the grant it provided for the project.