Quiet Parking and Traffic Committee meeting expected

Only one item is on the agenda for Monday’s Sturgeon Bay Parking and Traffic Committee meeting. Chair Kirsten Reeths says it concerns a landlord without an adequate lot for tenants at his property. The remedy is for the landlord to rent out parking from the city. Reeths says the work of the committee in past months is beginning to show up downtown.


Besides the parklets, Reeths says a proposal to close Third Avenue and allow stores to use the street for additional retail and restaurant space from 4:00 to 10:00 PM Saturday is still waiting to be debated by the Common Council. 


*Photo courtesy of Kirsten Reeths' election website.


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