West Side School development goes for zoning approval

The Sturgeon Bay Common Council will meet Tuesday to consider the recommendation of the Plan Commission to approve the Planned Unit Development (PUD) for the former West Side School and ballfield that is adjacent to it.  Mayor David Ward who also serves on the Plan Commission says this will only be the first reading of the ordinance.



North Point Development is planning on having a 30-unit apartment complex built where the West Side Field is now and another 10 units within the old school building.  The Sturgeon Bay City Council will also be looking at possibly making Cherry Blossom Park a dog-free park.  A  letter to Judge Raymond Huber requesting the lifting of the injunction placed on Lots 92 and 100 issued during the City’s case with the Friends of Sturgeon Bay Public Waterfront will also be considered.  The council meeting is set to begin at 7 pm on Tuesday at City Hall.    

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