Geneva will sell lakefront parcel to state park, ending land swap concerns

The Geneva Believer reports that on October 2nd Geneva City Council will vote on a resolution to schedule a public hearing on the sale of a 7.25 acre parcel of city-owned land located in the Town of Waterloo, adjacent to entrance of Seneca Lake State Park.

The Believer notes that in 2016, City Council approved the sale of the parcel to a local residential developer, but then cancelled the sale after severe backlash from the public. A few months later, the City Manager and Council were found to have violated the city’s Code of Ethics during the sale process.

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