Thanks for nothing.
What other possible sentiment could there be for the study done by the Center for Governmental Research? The agency's conclusion on the future of the Chautauqua County Home - that we already knew and heard - is that there are two choices for lawmakers: sell it to a qualified buyer or reduce the operating costs of the facility.
"These are some hard choices here," said Don Pryor of the center. "We are not saying these are going to be easy to do."
The 132-page report's unveiling at a two-hour meeting did offer another opportunity for a rally of support to keep the Home under the county control.
But in the end, the analysis by the firm - that again told us nothing new - will cost us around $80,000. That adds up to more debt for the Home - and Chautauqua County.