Common Council agenda addresses Sturgeon Bay's future

The Sturgeon Bay Common Council will address the look and feel of the city for years to come with three of its Tuesday meeting agenda items. The council will first discuss extending the planned unit development agreement for the Door County Maritime Museum’s maritime tower project. The current PUD expires in late July and the Door County Maritime Museum has raised $4 million of its $5.5 million goal for its construction. The street closure for next week’s granary move will also be considered after the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society received all of the approvals it needed to move the structure on June 24th. In addition, the city will decide if it will hire Vandewalle & Associates to update its comprehensive plan for just over $76,000. The Sturgeon Bay Common Council will meet on Tuesday at 7 p.m. inside its chambers at city hall.

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