Democracy in action.
It’s official, Lake Geneva’s Spring Election 2020 will have no unopposed incumbents running except for the city attorney’s seat, currently occupied by Dan Draper. Mayor Tom Hartz and Charlene Klein will be running for the mayoral seat, Alderperson District #1, will see incumbent Selena Proksa and Joan Yunker. For Alderperson of District #2, Mary Jo Fessenmeier and Ann Esarco are running, and for Alderperson of District #3, both incumbent Tim Dunn and Robert Kordus are running. Alderperson of District #4, Cindy Flower and Terry O’Neill are running. Democracy in action and community involvement are great to see and be a part of. This is an exciting time in Lake Geneva with a lot of big decisions being made regarding Lake Geneva’s future. Let the campaigning begin and may the best candidate win.
Spring is only sixty-three days away and with spring comes the birth of many new things.
The downtown area will be welcoming several new businesses, including the already planned and expected coffee shops. Brick and Mortar will be reopening after an extensive remodel and will house its already well-known and loved home décor and gift store, as well as a new coffee shop. Inspired Coffee will be opening with a completely new concept in coffee for Lake Geneva that will supply the community with great coffee, as well as an opportunity to support adults with disabilities with every cup of Joe purchased. The Fancy Fair Mall will also be welcoming three exciting newcomers: Scented; Chic & Unique Consignment; and The Pantry. The Riviera Complex will also be undergoing an extensive remodel designed to create a bright new feel and look to the lakefront.
More Remodeling Downtown Businesses