I believe that what is being sought here is a definition of scope. if the scout is expected to do park K as agreed upon by the beneficiary, once that's done it has no further expectations of any other criteria. The scout did what was expected of him.
I know of a lot of scout projects that were "just a part" of something far larger and find nothing wrong with the scout's work in doing just a part of it.
I once had an Eagle evaluate military graves to make sure the stones were readable, present, damaged, etc. in the local cemeteries and submit applications for new ones that needed replacement. His project encompassed 5 cemeteries comprising about 25% of the total scope of cemeteries in the county. He had 19 stones placed in the cemetery. Okay. That was 25% of the cemeteries in the county. What about those in the rest of the state? And what about those in the next state and maybe even in the nation?
The boy did more than what was necessary to show leadership by doing just 25% and that was more than not doing anything. His work made a nice article in the local as well as state wide newspaper. Could more be done? Yep, but that's up to the next scout that wants to prove his leadership. Will the job ever get "completed"? Well I have been working on it as a personal project for 15 years now, the part the Eagle scout did was a big help. I'm not done yet, but the work continues on.
Oh, if anyone thinks that this Eagle did a project for his ASM (my position at the time) guess again. He did it for the County Veterans Administration was they were totally elated the boy took the time to do this work. The people who place flags every year for Memorial Day do not report back when they can't find a grave for a veteran that's supposed to be there, is damaged, etc. They have hounded me ever since if there's going to be another Eagle project coming their way!
Edited by Stosh, 26 January 2017 - 03:26 PM.