The idea was to bring the community into a school and a school into the community. Officials imagined a place where youngsters could mingle with senior citizens for art projects. Just last week, school trustees said the project at Rosemont Park would be the envy of other cities as Fort Worth created a unique building that would house both an elementary school and community center. But late yesterday afternoon, the project was ditched after concerns persisted that the building would take up too much park space and be located too close to planned gas wells. Click here to read Councilman Joel Burns' letter explaining why he withdrew his support.