A relatively light agenda Tuesday saw the Sturgeon Bay Common Council approve the resolution for the future comprehensive plan for the city. The ten-year plan is a local government’s guide to community physical, social and economic development. Mayor David Ward says the city will now work with consultants to arrange public input sessions in the coming year.
Ward adds that the first reading of the municipal code ordinance for the possession of tobacco and vapor products by minors was done. It would prohibit sale and possession of vaping products by anyone under the age of 18. A second reading will be needed at the next meeting to make the ordinance effective. The council also went into closed session to discuss the negotiations of purchasing property on Locust Street near Otumba Park and the possible sale of city-owned property on 14th Avenue, No action was taken on those considerations after the closed session was held.