Category: Front Page

Front Page, March 20, 2019

A good-sized chunk of the Hummel property sold. It went for about five point four million dollars $5,400,000). A four-hundred-acre area that sits back east of South Lake Shore Drive, running north and south from Willow road all the way to just across from the Geneva Inn.

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Front Page, March 13, 2019

How did we, and everyone else, miss this vital change to the city’s code of conducting business? The burden of proof has changed for granting or denying an applicant’s request for a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) from those requesting its approval to those denying its approval.

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Front Page, March 6, 2019

This is not an article about global warming, although it might as well be something like it, but much smaller in scope and potential effect. This article is about that invasive plant species brought over from Europe called the Starry Stonewort

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Front Page, February 27, 2019

Dunkin Donuts still can’t get its’ act together.  The city council, on a 7-to-0 vote (yes, that was seven to nothing!) rejected and sent the Conditional Use Permit (CUP) application from Geneva Plaza Development, Gas Station/Convenience Store / Car Wash and Dunkin Donuts, with a Drive through Window on highway 50 near Curtis Street, back to the plan commission

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Front Page, February 20, 2019

TRAFFIC NIGHTMARE FROM HELL The Geneva Plaza Development, Gas Station/Convenience Store/Car Wash and Dunkin’ Donuts, with a drive-thru window, to be built on Highway 50 near Curtis Street, is a study in delay and secrecy. The proposal for this development was initially made at the plan commission meeting of May 21st, 2018, and approved 3-2, contingent on the Department of Transportation’s approval of acceptable merging and passing lanes.

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Front Page, January 30, 2019

The snow came after an earlier preparation layer put down by God, or at least directed by one of His minions. The weather was specially held in suspension, as forty and fifty-degree days and nights came and went in a place (Wisconsin) that almost never sees such warmth at this time of the year

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Front Page, January 16, 2019

They came bearing gifts. The opportunity for a small summer tourist-driven economy to add a hundred and fifty-five thousand visitors over the course of several normally ‘dead’ winter months was a song the ice castle gang sang that had the word ‘gift’ wound all through it.

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