Granary gets a fall cleaning

The historic Teweles & Brandeis grain elevator that was moved back to the west side of Sturgeon Bay has been given a complete cleaning recently.  An update was given Tuesday at the city council meeting by Shawn Fairchild of the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society.  Fairchild says Andy Hanks of Door County Pest Control was given the charge to clean the 119-year-old structure.  Hanks says the scrubbing and cleaning of debris found in the grain bins went much smoother than he expected.



Fairchild says other restoration work is being planned.



Fairchild says some protocol issues will be sent back to the city in the near future.   


(photo  courtesy of Sturgeon Bay Historical Society) 


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