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Sturgeon Bay lays out five-year street plan

The City of Sturgeon Bay is playing catch up on maintaining the streets.  In 2017, the Street Ad Hoc committee wanted to keep the 25-year replacement schedule in place, which required 2.7 miles of roadway to be maintained.   Nearly three miles of road work was completed this year, which was well above previous years.  About $500,000 was put into the street fund this past year from the general fund, which allowed roughly an extra mile of work.  Sturgeon Bay City Engineer Chad Shefchik informed the Board of Public Works this past week that the commitment helped offset inadequate street mileage completed in 2013 and 2014.



The city came in over 2.6 percent above the bid costs this year. 
That was about $16,000 over a $1,329,000 street budget. On Tuesday, the Board of Public Works unanimously approved the Five Year Capital Plan and authorization of the 2020-21 roadway improvement projects.     

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