Sturgeon Bay gets updates on budget process and revaluation

The Sturgeon Bay Common Council will receive an update on the revaluation of the community Tuesday evening.  Administrator Josh Van Lieshout says the revaluation started back in April and should be completed by the end of the month.  He shares the reason behind revaluating the community.



 The City of Sturgeon Bay last went through a revaluation in 2004.  Residents will receive a letter from the city assessor informing them if a change has been made to their assessment.  The last revaluation of city properties was in 2004 and cost the city about $140,000.  A number of inquiries into dark store properties, brought the issue to light, according to Van Lieshout.  The Sturgeon Bay Common Council will also get an update on the 2021 budget process that should be finalized by November.   A joint resolution naming October 2 Manufacturer’s Day in Sturgeon Bay and Door County is on the docket as well.  The resolution will recognize the manufacturing sector’s value and economic contributions to the Door County community.  The meeting starts at 7 pm in Council Chambers at City Hall on Tuesday.

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