Sunday, June 17, 2007

D-Day...


I remember Al Lutz over at Miceage mentioned a big meeting this week where Bob Iger will go over three different design plans that range from 700 million to 1.2 billion. Now, I don't know about those amounts, but he is right about a meeting this week. There have been several gatherings amongst the troops already. The "Big Meeting" is about to happen...

Uncle John and the Imagineers are supposed to present Bob what they think is the best focus for the Disneyland Resort and DCA in particular. From what I've heard, these are all pretty dramatic alterations of what DCA is right now. Once he looks them over he'll make a decision about what mix of the proposals he's willing to move forward with and ask the Board to approve the funding.

So all you people out there that keep whining about "When are they going to do something?"... well, you're about to get your answer. By the beginning of July the Walt Disney Company will be moving forward with a plan. Exactly what that plan is?

We'll know very, very soon.

3 comments:

sullys Pal said...

I wonder what the definition of "radical" is? I hope they haven't brought back that old idea to open up DCA and abandon it as a park.

Anonymous said...

Level it. It's a wasteland that Paul Pressler and Braverman are to blame for. Wipe it away and start over.

Biblioadonis said...

Thanks for the update, Honor. With the good things we've heard about the Nemo sub ride and Ratatouille , this might be the best chance to get a better version of DCA.

If they do anything, it will probably be to close down one section at a time, make changes and then re-open.

But we are still probably 3-5 years away from a new DCA.