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Lakefront deal goes back to Geneva City Council

A controversial deal to sell seven acres of land adjacent to Seneca Lake State Park in Waterloo will go back before City Council. Wording in the resolution passed at Council’s Nov. 2 meeting needs refining, City Manager Matt Horn said Wednesday.

“The City of Geneva has determined that the proposed sale of a city-owned parcel at the entrance to Seneca Lake State Park in the town of Waterloo will require additional public consideration before any action is taken,” Horn said in a press release issued Wednesday morning. Horn explained later yesterday the city Attorney’s Office reviewed the documentation and determined it should be modified to reflect the actual sale terms.

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  • Jess

    Damn it doesn’t matter if there’s no shore line. 32?? I thought it was 12 cottages? And yeah not publicized… That’s what they do when they don’t want push back from us Genevans. I think that’s shady! This isn’t the only time they’ve done stuff in this fashion either. Then they wonder why we get angry sometimes and dont want to be easy to get along with.

    Just like the sale of the old middle school on Pultney St. They said oh it needs to much work. Umm so building a new middle school, ripping down the old one and building a tiny 9 class room college extension costs less eh? I’m glad there’s an extension center but it could have been put in a different spot..