Frank

Daly City, CA

#1 Oct 1, 2011
Is anything happening at Konocti?
Frank

Daly City, CA

#2 Oct 1, 2011
Anything happening with Konocti Harbor Inn?
nope

Concord, CA

#3 Oct 2, 2011
nothing yet. i think there was talk of an indian casino. what a waste as it sits there and does nothing.
ralph

Clearlake, CA

#4 Oct 4, 2011
nope wrote:
nothing yet. i think there was talk of an indian casino. what a waste as it sits there and does nothing.
Thank your local Sierra Club for KHRS sitting empty.
I have heard costs ranging from 5-$10 million dollars to upgrade the sewer/water system to current California environmental standards.
New standards took effect 2010, just about the time the place closed down.
One SC member is blaming the local supervisor for KHRS closing.
Not so.
Heck, local water Companies are having a hell of a time meeting the new water standards. Almost impossible to meet, but then again, the state can fine them at any time for not meeting standards. Great revenue source for a screwed up, bankrupt state.
Provocateur

Half Moon Bay, CA

#5 Oct 5, 2011
ralph: Don't tell anyone about the 30 some million dollars missing while Greg the "troll" ran the place into the ground.
ralph

Clearlake, CA

#6 Oct 6, 2011
New state water quality rules.

The tightest oversight would be reserved for landowners near streams and other water bodies with high bacteria and nitrate levels.


Those landowners would be required to test for groundwater pollution and make retrofits if problems are discovered. Total costs, including $5,000 for testing, could add up to $27,000 or more for a three-bedroom home needing a new system, state estimates showed. Costs for a typical restaurant or school were seven to 25 times higher, respectively, state studies showed.

http://www.pressdemocrat.com/article/20111004...
Huh

Clearlake, CA

#7 Oct 11, 2011
ralph wrote:
New state water quality rules.
The tightest oversight would be reserved for landowners near streams and other water bodies with high bacteria and nitrate levels.
Those landowners would be required to test for groundwater pollution and make retrofits if problems are discovered. Total costs, including $5,000 for testing, could add up to $27,000 or more for a three-bedroom home needing a new system, state estimates showed. Costs for a typical restaurant or school were seven to 25 times higher, respectively, state studies showed.
http://www.pressdemocrat.com/article/20111004...
Wow. KHRS had several restaurants, a health spa, an large ampi-theatre and hundreds and hundreds of rooms.
A bit of math tells me that 5-10 million might only cover the cost of the sewer side of meeting the new State of Calif. environmental standards. What about the water system? Is that system under scrutiny of the state as well?
No wonder KHRS is closed. Nobody will pay all of that money to upgrade the sewer/water at KHRS....and then pay to renovate all of the buildings that are in bad disrepair.

Might as well call a demolition crew.

Thank you Calif. state government. You killed a great, fun place.
Lake lover

Petaluma, CA

#8 Mar 11, 2012
Hope Konocti will open soon. It will bring Lake Co back to life.
great news

Clearlake, CA

#9 Mar 23, 2012
The emptiness of the Konochi Harbor and Resort in Clear Lake challenged Pacifican Kathleen Bernard to find a better use for the property than to just have it sit idle and for sale.

She wants to purchase the property, which is for sale for $13 million, and run it as a rehabilitation center for the mentally challenged and their families. Once fixed up again, the resort would provide a haven for families to learn more about mental illness, explore family activities and have a safe place for a loved one to go for care

It is Bernard's hope to rebuild it as an educational training center, a hospice and drug rehabilitation center

Bernard herself was diagnosed at age 15 with paranoid schizophrenia, bipolar and anxiety disorder.
707res

United States

#10 Mar 24, 2012
Wtf?
707res

United States

#11 Mar 24, 2012
Really? Somebody wants to make konocti a rehabilitation center! That is ridiculous!
lmao

Clearlake, CA

#12 Mar 24, 2012
707res wrote:
Really? Somebody wants to make konocti a rehabilitation center! That is ridiculous!
call Joan, but be forwarned, I think that she is in support of it.

Maybe Rob will help you?.....lololololol
looking for a summer hous

San Francisco, CA

#13 Aug 4, 2012
Thank God I read this, then I will not look around in lake County, what a shame......
Top tune

Santa Rosa, CA

#14 Aug 13, 2013
I heard its reopening under the new ownership of Huey Lewis and Joe Montana
Top tune

Santa Rosa, CA

#15 Aug 13, 2013
Joe Montana and Huey Lewis have bought it supposedly.

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