Fleet Farm submits initial plans for Sturgeon Bay location

A popular retailer that previously required you to drive to Green Bay could be on its way to Sturgeon Bay. The Sturgeon Bay Plan Commission will hear more details and give feedback about a plan to bring Fleet Farm to the city. The company notified the city on August 4th that it had entered a purchase agreement dated June 16th with the Kerscher Family Trust to purchase approximately 40 acres in the Town of Nasewaupee for a new store just off State Highway 42/57 near South Grant Avenue. Once the land is purchased, Fleet Farm would annex into the City of Sturgeon Bay and construct the store in the near future. Actions would be required as annexing the property and approving it for commercial zoning would need to occur as it does not currently comply with the current Future Land Use designation of Agricultural/Rural, according to a memo written by City Planner Christopher Sullivan-Robinson. A public hearing is scheduled for September 21st, after which the Plan Commission can act upon a recommendation to the Common Council. The Sturgeon Bay Plan Commission meeting is planned for August 17th at 6 p.m.



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