Source: Lake Geneva Regional News

Leave him be.
June 15, 2011 | 07:01 PM

He already has a business on the property, it is his land, and he plans to conform to the variances proposed, his business like many others are still hanging on in these tuff times, and they are being creative to create more income and remain open, which benifits all who require services, on this end of the lake. Along with his revenues will be additional taxes to the town, has the town decided that the only good tax income comes from the shores? or from the people that are here shoveling snow with the rest of us? Linn has done nothing for the yearrounders, except bore us with political outcries, and lack of service. I say leave him be, let him provide for his family, and a service for others, so we can all benefit.

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