It was Allen Casey’s vision to turn the floating restaurant and 6.6 acres of land on the Northshore into a fabulous destination for tourists and locals alike.But that dream is a bust, and now Casey, his company River City Resort and a group of investors are tangled up in bankruptcy, and a lawsuit.It’s a project that had good intentions, that never did get off the ground, said Ron Tinker, a North Chattanooga resident. Time for it to go. It’s an eyesore for the river bank.The Army Corps of Engineers has given River City Resort 60 days to move the barge.River City Resort wants nothing to do with the cost of moving the barge, and it’s attorney plans to file a notice of abandonment.Gary Patrick, who represents five investors who are suing Casey and the resort say they own the barge, and their hope is to recover their money by selling the barge and the land.There are no proceeds, no money for the creditors unless the property is sold, said Patrick.It’s a prime piece of property, said Kim White, the CEO of River City Company, a non-profit redevelopment agency. It’s complicated, there’s railroad tracks. It’s not an easy place to develop. It’s a great opportunity for a developer with vision to do something really cool.Everyone we spoke to agreed the barge should be gone in 60 days because the Corps of Engineers has ordered it to be.Assuming these complicated courtroom tactics do not force yet another delay.