Editor’s note: A Measure B victory will not create any open space. It will simply stop the creation of the wellness center. A Measure B victory will leave two options. The federal government will let the property go to seed or, assuming the federal government would sell the property to the city, the taxpayers will pay approximately $11.7 million to turn the property into a city park. These costs include $5.6 million for the city to acquire the property, $3.2 million to demolish the existing buildings and an additional $2.9 million to create a park.