Two topics with west waterfront ties will be discussed in closed session during the Sturgeon Bay Common Council meeting on Tuesday. The Sturgeon Bay Common Council will discuss filing an amicus brief in the case between the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and a group of Sturgeon Bay citizens appealing the agency’s ordinary high water mark ruling in January. The city of Sturgeon Bay is not a litigant in the case, but filing the brief would allow them to weigh in with additional information or arguments in the matter. An amendment in the development agreement between the city and the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society will also be discussed in closed session. The Sturgeon Bay Historical Society recently announced it would be moving the Teweles and Brandeis grain elevator to its old location on June 20th. The Sturgeon Bay Common Council will meet on Tuesday at 7 p.m.