City could own granary

The Sturgeon Bay common council will consider a resolution next Tuesday that would lead the way to the ownership of the Teweles & Brandeis Grain Elevator.  Agenda items at the meeting include an advisory referendum asking the public if the City should accept a donation of the historic building from the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society and relocating it back to the west waterfront.  Another resolution would accept the donation with an endowment and land lease to be facilitated by the Door County Community Foundation.  The Sturgeon Bay common council had voted down a request by the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society to relocate the granary last month by a 4-3 margin.     

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