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Graham Park project breaks ground

Before the ground was broken for improvements at Graham Park, Sturgeon Bay Mayor David Ward highlight the other changes in store for the city’s working waterfront. Representatives from Destination Sturgeon Bay, Sterling Landscape Design, and the city helped commemorate the occasion that officially kicked off the project, which will include gardens, amphitheater seating, and free community games when it is finished next May. City administrator Josh Van Lieshout says it is great when the public and private sectors can join together for a project like this.

The city is also working to improve the west waterfront with a public promenade near the Door County Maritime Museum, which is working on its own tower project. Destination Sturgeon Bay Executive Director Pam Seiler told that 75 percent of the project’s funding has already been raised with the rest coming from the sale of brick pavers, trees, and other park amenities. Sterling Landscape Design is donating its services for the project, including five years of maintenance as a part of the city’s Adopt a Park program.

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