Sturgeon Bay taxpayers are getting a break on a planned renovation of S. Neenah Street. The city received a $200,000 grant through the Wisconsin Department of Transportation's Multimodal Local Supplement program. Sturgeon Bay City Administrator Josh VanLieshout says the grant money will allow the city to get the project done at one time rather than doing the work in separate phases.
The S. Neenah Street project's total cost is estimated at nearly $403-thousand dollars.
The Sturgeon Bay grant is among $1.79-million dollars for four projects in Door County. The DOT also awarded nearly $170,000 in transit grants for two Kewaunee County projects.