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Farm Market vendor fees not doubling

The City of Sturgeon Bay amended a resolution that would have doubled the fees for vendors at the Sturgeon Bay Farmers Market during Tuesday’s Common Council meeting.  During public comments, Connie Bordeau spoke for several minutes asking the council to reconsider the doubling of fees.



After much discussion by councilmembers who heard from several constituents on the topic, the council voted unanimously to only charge vendors half of the increase for 2021.  Seasonal vendors that paid $175 will now have to pay $260, rather than the initially proposed $350.   


In other business, a recommendation by the City Plan Commission regarding a revision of a development plan for an apartment complex planned for the west side waterfront was unanimously approved.  Northpointe Development would build 700 to 1000 square foot, market-rate, one and two-bedroom apartments that house 52 units.  Developer Andy Dumke says construction would begin on the one acre property behind Greystone Castle’s parking lot in the spring of 2021 with completion by early 2022. 

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