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Sturgeon Bay to close up WRA business

The City of Sturgeon Bay will take more steps at Tuesday’s common council meeting to assign past agreements back to the city that the Waterfront Redevelopment Authority (WRA) had made over the years.  City Administrator Josh Van Lieshout says the council decided to dissolve the WRA about four years ago, and the lengthy process of reworking many of the real estate and development agreements the WRA was party to is slowly being accomplished.

 

 

The recommendations that will be considered Tuesday will be to reassign the interests of the WRA in development agreements with Stone Harbor Resort, Bridgeport Resort, and the Harbor Club Marina.  Van Lieshout says the WRA is still listed on some parking lots and quitclaim deeds that must be reassigned before the organization can be fully dissolved.  The Sturgeon Bay Common Council meeting on Tuesday will begin at 6 pm at City Hall.   

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