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Business looking for space buying city property

The Sturgeon Bay Common Council unanimously approved the sale of two vacant lots on Tuesday, creating opportunity for business growth. The council approved the sale of the old Bank Mutual property and a neighboring vacant lot to Door County Hardware. The purchase amount is $60,000, with a deferred $40,000 cost. Council member and Finance/Purchasing and Building Committee Chair Helen Bacon introduced a recommendation and motion explaining purchase stipulations. 

 

 

The criteria for the purchase is the same policy used in Industrial Park properties. Mayor David Ward noted the city’s willingness to sell property when it comes with mutual benefits, especially relating to job creation.

 

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