Sturgeon Bay street construction working through contractor delays

Keeping scheduled contractors on time for street construction has area municipalities working hard to get projects done.  Heavy rainstorms the past few weeks have caused some delays from outside contractors.  Chad Schefchik, Sturgeon Bay city engineer, says the big rain events earlier this month have caused some challenges. 



 Shefchik says crews are currently reconstructing two alleys on 10TH Avenue and Superior Street.   Major projects include Georgia Street between North 3rd and 7th Avenue as well as Kendale Avenue off West Pine Street in Sturgeon Bay.  That work is progressing well, according to Shefchik, with curbing being installed by the end of this week.    

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