Community will have say on west side development

Hours after the Wisconsin DNR came down with their formal ruling Tuesday on the Ordinary High Water Mark, the Ad Hoc West Waterfront Planning Committee met to discuss getting public input on the future plans.  The meeting was scheduled before any knowledge of the ruling, but Co-chair Laurel Hauser says the timing and results are good news for the community. 



Hauser says the agreement between the City of Sturgeon Bay and the Friends of the Sturgeon Bay Public Waterfront all but settles the lawsuit. 



Hauser says Thursday’s committee meeting was an initial planning session dealing with the logistics for the upcoming public input gathering which will be facilitated by SEH, a consulting firm out of Appleton. 

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