Surprising Stuff The Seventeenth of December looms larger and larger. The citizens, taxpayers, and...Read More
Tag: Town of Linn
This date will go down as one of the classically most important dates in the history of the Town of Linn. One week back, the Town of Linn board met to conduct the state-mandated not knowing that annual meeting, not knowing that Chris Jones, Craig DeYoung, Kathy Leith, Doris Roan, and Charlie Roan (including their attorney) gathered a group of supposed residents to attend this once-a-year town meeting, wherein the amassed population can get together and change most any rule it feels like, that is either been passed and enacted in the past year or even before thatRead More
What strange “outer limits” kind of a thing is going on at the BigFoot confluence of beach and boaters?
The entire lake community is constantly, time after time, taken aback at the “community property” nature of the Geneva Lake itself. What belongs to whom? How far out does ownership of the lake exist for private and public landowners?
Charlene Klein came into office as Mayor of Lake Geneva in the quiet before the Coronavirus storm really struck the heart of Walworth County. The virus wasn’t an issue in the election, of either Charlene or the three city alderpersons who came into office at the same time. There were issues generating terrific interest and pressure when the election took place. Three issues were dominant over all others.Read More
Cully Pillman is a resident and property owner living in Town of Linn, just off of Hillside and Highway 120, running a tree farm and plant nursery. But what else is Cully Pillman doing that has created some very negative interest from his neighbors? He’s running a gun range that’s very close to many residential citizens and property owners in the same areaRead More
No sooner does Jim Weiss win re-election to the position of President of the Town of Linn Board, then he becomes the main player in the resolution of the Starry Stonewort problem. The problem of what to do about the initial appearance of this potentially invasive species in Geneva Lake’s pristine pure water, and all else that goes with that, has been partially solved.Read More