We're still feeling the effects from last year's flooding now it's starting to hit the city's pocketbook.
The fountain at Heartland of America Park on Omaha's riverfront has been shut down since being engulfed by flood waters last spring.
Now the decision, should the city spend nearly $900,000 to repair the fountain?
Stefanie Stenrude can see both sides of the dilemma.
"I want to see the water up," she said. "I love walking down here...it's super romantic...I mean that's where people fall in love and have their first date and so it needs to get back up. but that's a lot of money."
The lowest bid the city has received to fix the fountain is actually $895,000.
Stensrude says allocating funds to insure the fountain is not damaged by future flooding should be considered.
The city council takes on the issue Tuesday.