This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.MEMPHIS, Tenn. — There were some encouraging words, and a few boos, from a crowd Monday night as the city presented its newly revised proposal for redevelopment at the Fairgrounds and Tobey Park. City leaders have spent the last three months reworking a plan that’s been batted around for close to a decade to turn 78 acres in the heart of the city into a youth sports complex with additional retail, a hotel, a BMX track, a possible “junkyard museum” and other community uses. If it were all built out, the plan is budgeted at $160.1 million, though city leaders stressed the proposal was “aspirational,” and that many of the ideas would be scaled back. “My commitment to the taxpayer is to produce a plan that is fiscally sound and doesn’t overpromise on what we can deliver to the taxpayer,” Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland said. Parts of the plan came from more than 430 community suggestions, Housing and Community Development Director Paul Young said. Amusement parks and water parks, though popular ideas, were not feasible within the space, he said. Ideas include rehabilitation of the Pipkin Building and Creative Arts Building, a solar-lit outdoor pavilion for basketball and volleyball, walking path, playground, and a reopened Young Avenue running through the site.