The attorney representing Stoney Rivers LLC tells NewsChannel 7 it should be business as usual at Cedar Creek Mall as all the financial problems are ironed out.
Brian Thill says contracts will be honored, events should go on as planned and stores tenants (stores) will not be leaving.
He says they'll work with the community to make the Rothschild facility more successful and profitable.
The land owner of the Cedar Creek Mall has filed a motion for some of the properties there to go into receivership; saying bills aren't being paid.
Court document say Timblin Enterprises, who operates the Patriot Center and other businesses there, owes more than $15 million.
Stoney Rivers LLC, is asking a third party to be assigned to operate the property for fear the current operator,
Timblin Enterprises would not take proper care of the Patriot Center, Zona Designer Outlet, Caleb's Menswear, or Sunfully Dark Tanning, diminishing their value.
Court documents claim that payments on the $15 - million Timblin Enterprises owes are now in default.
Online records list Thomas and Debbie Timblin of Kewaskum, which is near West Bend as the owners of Timblin Enterprises.
NewsChannel 7 has a call into attorneys for the parties in this case to see what it means for these properties in the Cedar Creek Mall, and will bring you the latest first as it becomes available.
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