City shoring up Sunset Park

The flooding of Little Lake in Sunset Park, brought on by higher water levels, has the City of Sturgeon Bay working to protect some valuable real estate.  Municipal Director Mike Barker says shoreline restoration and protection for the project is expected to start in September and finish in late fall.  He says many parts of Sunset Park are still open and accessible, but you may have to do a little more walking.



The City of Sturgeon Bay accepted a bid from Payne & Dolan from Waukesha to do the restoration work at a budget of $200,930 last month.  Barker adds that bids are still out for the restoration project for the railroad spur on Sturgeon Bay’s west side.  



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