On Tuesday evening, the Sturgeon Bay Common Council unanimously voted for two resolutions and a potential state grant.
The business meeting started with no comments being made during public hearings on two Levy Special Assessments. You could see new sidewalks and curds after the council voted to start the process of curb and gutter and sidewalks on stretches on North and South 14th Avenue and another one for the alley near Oak Street on the west side.
The City then passed a resolution awarding the sale of $2,445,000 in General Obligation Promissory Notes after Brad Viegut from RW Baird Investments reviewed the savings that can be realized now, by avoiding possible higher interest rates later this year. The notes would be paid back within nine years.
Another resolution approved unanimously was the boundaries on a Project Plan for TID #7 on the west side, including a multi-family apartment complex off Green Bay Road. The Joint Review Board will now consider it next Tuesday, May 24, before it comes back to the council for final approval.
Consideration for a proposed agreement between Cedar Corp and the City to pursue the Wisconsin Department of Transportation STP-Urban grant for the South Duluth Avenue project that would include sidewalks and storm sewer was also approved.
The final piece of business in open sessioon Tuesday by the Sturgeon Bay Common Council was approving a recommendation from the Finance Committee to accept the WIPFLi CPA’s and Consultants 2021 financial audit report and place it on file.