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Sturgeon Bay gets look at granary concept

The second amendment to a development agreement between the City of Sturgeon Bay and the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society will be discussed at the upcoming Common Council meeting Tuesday evening.  The development agreement was amended once about a year ago to shift ultimate ownership of the Teweles & Brandeis Granary from the City to the Historical Society.  City Administrator Josh Van Lieshout explains the reason behind the second amendment.



The Sturgeon Bay Common Council will also have a second reading for modifying the zoning code in the commercial district that would relax the residential to commercial-use ratio to allow for more property flexibility.  The Board of Public Works will meet prior to the regular meeting to approve the Five Year Capital Plan and 2021 Roadway Improvements at 5:30 pm.  You can find the entire agenda and packet for Tuesday’s meeting below.  


(photo is a scematic rendering of granary included in packet)


City Council meeting agenda

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