Council to decide on promenade Tuesday

The wheels could be put in motion as soon as Tuesday’s Sturgeon Bay Common Council meeting in regards to a new promenade on the city’s west waterfront. Public meetings last week produced a number of minor changes to the original proposal presented earlier this month. Those changes include enhanced lighting options, railings for the seating terrace, and minimum access drives and sidewalks. Community Development Director Marty Olejniczak says if all goes well, people can start exploring the promenade as soon as this fall.

If the plans are approved by the common council, the city could also be officially hiring the Allouez-based Cedar Corporation to provide engineering services for the project. Tuesday’s meeting begins at 7 p.m.

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