The Sturgeon Bay Common Council met on Tuesday evening and quickly moved forward on a handful of agenda items. Within the 25-minute meeting, recommendations from the Finance/Purchasing & Building Committee were approved unanimously, including a sharing of a listing for about two acres of land on Shiloh Road. If Door County Economic Development or Destination Sturgeon Bay does not commit a cash offer within two weeks, the property would be listed at fair market value with a realtor. In other business, the council approved a bid from Bissen Asphalt to provide shoreline protection on Juniper Street for $31,378. Also, an additional $10,390 was approved for work by Death’s Door Marine to remove dock pilings near the Sturgeon Bay Yacht Club that was above the original estimate. Councilmember Gary Nault noted that 20 additional pilings just above and below the water surface needed to be removed because of the hazard they presented. The Sturgeon Bay Common Council moved forward on the development agreement of the Sunset School property by S.C. Swiderski, which is planning to put up a 26-unit apartment complex.