Early Spring favorable for Sturgeon Bay projects

The early spring and increasing temperatures are key factors in the city of Sturgeon Bay’s ability to move forward on projects. Work has resumed on the west waterfront. City Administrator Josh Van Lieshout was pleased to give these reports to the Sturgeon Bay Common Council on Tuesday.



Van Lieshout also made aware that residents will see more Department of Public Works out in the city and related traffic with flashing lights, such as work and dump trucks. Van Lieshout also looks forward to the street sweeper being out more mornings, as well as the benefits that he says separates Sturgeon Bay from many other communities in Wisconsin. 



Mayor David Ward also said in his report that the Graham Park project development will continue, and he is hoping for a ribbon-cutting ceremony in mid-May.


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