Like others have said, we need to be careful what we wish for. Even revitalization efforts taking place in the downtown are cognoscente of not wanting to make Tomahawk the next Minocqua. But on the other hand, I would bet there are a lot of communities out there that would line up to have 20+ acres of vacant lakefront property available for use.
Deb Richardson wrote:neup99, good call! You forgot that the people of Tomahawk will always be way more friendlier, kinder, and neighborly than the people of Minocqua!
Even before this recession began the city was having difficulty making ends meet, due, in part, to the state imposed 2 percent levy cap. (On a different thought, why doesn't the state impose a levy cap on itself and practice what it preaches?)
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