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Mayor teases Kwik Trip progress in short meeting

One of the shortest meeting agendas for the Sturgeon Bay Common Council in some time made way for Sturgeon Bay Fire Chief Tim Dietman to take center stage on a presentation for National Fire Prevention Week.  Highlighting the importance of knowing fire safety precautions and what to do in case of a fire, Dietman and his department’s mascot, “Sparky the fire dog”,  gave out fire hats and fire safety news literature to Mayor David Ward and councilmembers.  In the only business outside of consent agenda items, the council passed a first reading ordinance of the repeal ad recreation of the Local Arts Board.  City Administrator Josh Van Lieshout gave a status update of the housing projects currently underway in the city.



The Sturgeon Bay Common Council meeting concluded after 17 minutes with Mayor David Ward stating that more news about the two Kwik Trip stores coming to Sturgeon Bay will be available at the next Plan Commission meeting on October 20. 

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