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City Council to discuss easements for west side developments

The groundwork for the future west waterfront developments will be prioritized when the Sturgeon Bay Common Council meets on Tuesday evening.  Considerations for eliminating and creating various easements for the West Waterfront Development will be discussed, as well as a review for approval of a certified survey map.

The City is currently working with developers on the west waterfront redevelopment area and needs to eliminate some old easements in place for the hotel development that was never built.  The City of Sturgeon Bay has developers planning a 52-unit apartment complex and a two-story deli/restaurant plaza to be constructed.  City Administrator Josh VanLieshout says the three easements that are proposed to be eliminated include two access easements and a storm and sanitary sewer easement that will be replaced.


Another agenda item includes the introduction of vacating Ackerman Street that is off Cove Road and adjacent to the Town of Sturgeon Bay.
The real estate underlying the right of way would revert to the adjacent property owners.  A public hearing for that would be scheduled for September 21.  

The Sturgeon Bay Common Council will meet at 6 pm in Council Chambers at City Hall. 

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