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Intersections get facelift in proposed project

Significant road construction could be on the docket for 2023 if the city of Sturgeon Bay approves a proposed project by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation on Tuesday.  Over $250,000 would go into the project that would resurface Highway 42/57 while also improving the Ashland Avenue, Neenah Avenue, and Clay Banks Road intersections. The work would require the city to acquire the necessary land needed to make the changes, such as adding right turn lanes for Clay Banks Road. The city would also be responsible for relocating a light pole near Ashland Avenue to make way for that portion of the project. The Sturgeon Bay Common Council could vote to approve, amend, or turn down the agreement when it meets Tuesday at 7 p.m. at city hall. The council will also weigh in on appointments to the newly established Sturgeon Bay-Door County Revolving Loan Fund Committee.

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