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Sturgeon Bay moving on west side waterfront

The development of the west side waterfront took center stage Tuesday evening at the Sturgeon Bay Common Council meeting.  Cedar Corporation and SRF Consulting group presented designs for a new promenade that would be constructed between the two downtown bridges along the west side waterfront.  City Administrator Josh VanLieshout says the council was impressed and is looking forward to a public showcasing next Monday at City Hall.

 

 

During the business part of the meeting, the Sturgeon Bay Common Council did approve an agreement with Destination Sturgeon Bay, formerly the Sturgeon Bay Visitors Center, for making improvements to Graham Park located along the east side waterfront by the Oregon Street Bridge.  The council went into closed session to discuss the development agreement amendments with the city and Sturgeon Bay Historical Society.  No action was taken after the closed session and the meeting adjourned around 10:30 pm.    

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