Monte McCoy has an office within 300 of the project area. During the Sept. 17 Centerville City Council meeting, he questioned how the city arrived at council valuations. McCoy said his neighbor's building with a brick foundation and double the square footage of his building with a wood foundation was valued almost $8,000 less than his which means his preliminary assessment for the project is higher. "There is no way these numbers are correct, what-so-ever," McCoy said. "If you go ahead and advance this assessment, based on those valuations, I'd say you're not doing your job. Because those numbers are clearly wrong."