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Sturgeon Bay moves on housing projects

The Sturgeon Bay Common Council passed several considerations on Tuesday night, including two recommendations for housing developments within the city. Approving a preliminary Planned Unit Development (PUD) for the Sunset Estates apartments by S.C. Swiderski, LLC that would be 26-units, the council also voted in favor of the recommendation to accept the offer from Lexington Homes to purchase 6.84 acres of land at South Grant Avenue for $273,600 to build a 14-unit complex. City Administrator Josh VanLieshout says the total expansion of housing units would be about 134 for this year if everything goes according to plan.



Other business accomplished on Tuesday night included approval of the St. Patrick's Day parade route set down by Destination Sturgeon Bay that is returning after a two-year hiatus on Saturday, March 12. The council also approved moving the Farm and Craft Market management to Destination Sturgeon Bay. Another action taken by the Sturgeon Bay Common Council was the approval of three locations along the waterfront for the proposed National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR) site being sought by Sturgeon Bay. The council convened into a closed session to discuss Wal-Mart's litigation to challenge its tax assessment and adjourned without taking any action afterward.  

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