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Sturgeon Bay staying on track with street projects

Early season street repairs are progressing nicely in Sturgeon Bay despite the unpredictable and challenging weather conditions this spring, according to City Engineer Chad Shefchik.  He says crews have been able to keep on schedule and the work necessary to prepare for new asphalt surfacing is nearly completed on three projects.

 

 

Shefchik says the asphalt company contracted with the city should be rolling into town soon and be able to lay the new surfacing down by early June.  Other street projects in Sturgeon Bay scheduled for later this summer include reconstruction on Georgia Street between North 4th Avenue and 8th Avenue plus a small stretch on Kendale Avenue, according to Shefchik. 

 

 

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