Lisle Lanes owners to reopen after floods caused $1M-plus in damages to bowling alley
Owners say they invested own money in repairs, feud with insurance lingers
LISLE – Lisle Lanes' husband and wife owners Cesar and Grace Canonigo vividly recall the aftermath of the April 18 flood that devastated their bowling alley.
"We waded through the flooded Lisle Lanes parking lot and unlocked the door, just hoping that the water damage was minimal," Cesar Canonigo recalled. "We flicked on the lights and it looked like a glass mirror was on top of all the lanes. Everything was under over a foot of water."
After four months of restoration, acquiring new building and floodproof permits from the village of Lisle, and an ongoing insurance claim battle, the Canonigos are preparing to once again open Lisle Lanes. They've targeted Sept. 7 as a reopening date.
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