I appreciate the open undeveloped lake. I might say I love it! Some look at the lake and see dollar signs and not the expansive beauty of the place. Not all beautiful places need to be developed and commercialized and then eventually end up being destroyed. We are blessed that most Genevans see this and have said no to development. We don't need developers to trash and commercialize the lake, pollute the water, create more garbage, require more police and city involvement on all levels. That lake is our Goddess. Developers, stop lusting to possess and change her. She belongs to all of us no matter what our status or race, whatever, poor and rich alike. That's a beautiful thing! Come visit us and enjoy this virtually untouched treasure we love and enjoy. It's a grand site to see.
The food truck idea, not being perminant, seems a good way to go. I just love that lake. I do wish there were more trees around it for shade. City of Geneva, make a seriously, sincere, strong commitment to leave the lake undeveloped long into the future, then commit to planting trees that will stand as our legacy for future generations to enjoy. Yeah, plant some trees with little plaques on them that read "Here stands a tree by the lake for you to freely enjoy. But for the people of Geneva and their love of beauty, a condo might be standing here with a private beach you are not permitted to walk on or enjoy."