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bhance "Alliant to sell albatross resort" @ http://www.madison.com/wsj/home/biz/index.php?ntid=118264&ntpid=3

Alliant Energy Corp. has found a buyer for Laguna del Mar, the ill-fated golf resort in northern Mexico that the Madison utility company owns.

Alliant officials won't say yet who is buying the land or at what price. But Bill Harvey, Alliant's chief executive, president and chairman, told a conference call Thursday that the Madison utility holding company has reached an agreement with a buyer.

Harvey said Laguna del Mar, valued at $82 million as of Dec. 31, 2004, is believed worth $60 million as of December 2006.


Also: Alliant utility profits rise; will sell Mexico resort
http://milwaukee.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/stories/2007/02/05/daily45.html

Alliant is selling Laguna del Mar, a resort near Puerto Penasco in the Mexican state of Sonora of which it acquired full ownership in 2005. In 1999, Alliant invested more than $41 million with a development group to build Laguna del Mar, and the original developer defaulted on loans.

The Madison energy company did not disclose a sale price for the resort or the identity of the buyer. It expects to close the sale in the first quarter. No impairment charges are expected as a result of the sale and proceeds are expected to be used to fund the stock repurchase program.
bhance From: http://www.jsonline.com/story/index.aspx?id=420576

"Alliant Energy Corp. posted a first-quarter loss of $1.6 million or 1 cent per share, after it reduced the value of a Mexico golf course development it's selling and paid off debt to strengthen its balance sheet."
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"Meanwhile, the company is moving forward with plans to sell the golf course resort, which became a symbol for Alliant critics of a company that had strayed too far from its core businesses, as its international operations kept reporting losses in recent years.

The company didn't disclose how much it has reduced the value of its Mexico businesses, as the company is in sales talks for the property, located south of California in Baja, Mexico.

Alliant has received several bids to buy Laguna del Mar, company Chairman and Chief Executive Bill Harvey said.

"We are currently evaluating the bids and will soon be negotiating sales agreements with the leading bidders," he said. "We expect to complete the sale no later than the third quarter of 2006.""
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