Street projects await spring weather

The return of seasonal temperatures and a forecast of a continuing warm up this week means area street and road projects may be able to start as scheduled.  Sturgeon Bay City Engineer Chad Shefchek says the bidding process is complete and with hopes to begin street work in a few weeks.



 Shefchek says the city does not have any big projects like last year’s Duluth Avenue reconstruction, but Georgia Street and Third Avenue north of the downtown district will be getting new pavement along with new sewer and water lines.   


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