The Sturgeon Bay Historical Society (SBHS) is moving forward with finalized plans for the Teweles & Brandeis Granary. The organization was waiting for the lakebed lease from the Board of Commissioners for Public Lands that was approved earlier this month along with the sublease with the City. Sturgeon Bay Historical Society Treasurer Kelly Catarazoli says construction plans for the granary site are on a holding pattern until American Transmission Company finishes installing a half-mile submarine transmission line under the Sturgeon Bay Ship Channel. She says the SBHS will be submitting the finalized plans for the granary to the state shortly for approval.
Catarazoli says the granary will be moved slightly closer to the water which was the original location. She believes some of the original pilings will be used along with new pilings to secure the granary to its permanent home.