Compost site, park improvements on city agenda

Two consent agenda items for the Sturgeon Bay Common Council meeting on Tuesday could see major changes for the city's compost site and to Graham Park. Under new rules to be established by the city, the compost site would establish specific hours and days of operation, add an additional $2 a month to the current solid waste fee, and require proof of residency when dumping. The move could generate over $105,000 for the city with hopes of also stemming illegal dumping at the site. The Sturgeon Bay Common Council could also approve park improvements to Graham Park as a part of a $300,000 donation made through Destination Sturgeon Bay.  The council originally approved the conceptual plans back in November. The Sturgeon Bay Common Council will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. inside its chambers at city hall.

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