Sturgeon Bay Council modifies granary agreement

Several actions were taken at Tuesday’s Sturgeon Bay Common Council meeting to help spruce up the west waterfront. The council went into closed session to discuss modifying its agreement with the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society over ownership of the granary. The building is now owned by the Historical Society. Administrator Josh VanLieshout says there are new requirements for the granary when it opens as a public pavilion including restrooms.


Additionally, the council approved the west waterfront promenade development that was under consideration. The proposal was initially pitched two weeks ago and was subject to a public hearing last Monday. After changes were incorporated and presented Tuesday, the council commissioned final designs.


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