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They fixed the outside of the Riviera Pier Complex for around two and a half million borrowed dollars. The cheap look of the roof tiles was, once again, explained away in the same fashion: “That’s how it was when they built it over one hundred years ago.”
The rest of the redevelopment project, sort of an “if it ain’t fixed, don’t break it,” kind of an approach, began the final run for daylight on Monday, with the first meeting of the new committee, chaired by the Mayor, to decide when, how and, in what order, to fix the mess that has been the interior of the building since the eighties.
Bill Gage, the owner of Gage Marine, the company selected by the communities around the lake to be the one and only cruise operation providing boat and other marine services for one and all around Geneva Lake, came to the Lake Geneva City chambers and laid out exactly what he and his company had done to replace the controversial gas tanks near the northern front of the Riviera Pier Complex.Read More
The company that went to work to excavate the old gasoline tanks placed under a portion of Driehaus Park, right near the water and in front of the Riviera Pier Complex, was mysterious and seemingly shifty. They covered the name of their company information, printed on the sides of their trucks, in order to remain mysterious and appear seemingly shiftyRead More
What is happening right in front of the whole community down at the Driehaus Park area in downtown Lake Geneva? Well, it’s hard to say. The workers are there, tearing up the park, but the equipment they’ve brought in is all taped over on their panels and doors. How mysterious and strange is that? The company doing the work did not want its name knownRead More