Sturgeon Bay City Council could discuss possible granary move on Tuesday

By Paul Schmitt


The Sturgeon Bay Common Council will be bringing up some old granary business Tuesday that could open the door to the granary being moved back to its original location on the west side.  Agenda items for Tuesday’s meeting include consideration of an old request from October 2017 by the Historic Preservation Commission.  Council President Kelly Catarozoli explains what would be next if it is voted on and approved by the council.



Other agenda items listed for Tuesday’s Sturgeon Bay Common Council meeting include a closed session to consider the lawsuit the city faces with the Sawyer Hotel Development and Bob Papke along with the settlement agreement with the Friends of the Sturgeon Bay Public Waterfront.

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