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No objections yet to lakeside land sale in Geneva

If city residents have concerns about the proposed sale of a 7.25-acre piece of property to the state, they’re apparently going to wait until November to air those concerns.

At Wednesday night’s City Council meeting, no speaker addressed the proposed sale during the public comment portion of the meeting reserved for agenda items.

Council subsequently passed a resolution setting a public hearing for Wednesday, Nov. 6 on the sale of the city-owned property in the town of Waterloo to the state Office of Parks Recreation and Historic Preservation.

If sold, the parcel would become part of Seneca Lake State Park, and City Manager Sage Gerling told Council that the state informed her that it would be used for open-space preservation.

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