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Public to provide input on Sister Bay Village Hall's future

This weekend’s Marina Fest could have been the last time you celebrate alongside the Sister Bay Village Hall.


The village’s Parks, Properties and Streets Committee will host a public input session on Tuesday after its Plan Commission voted last month in favor of removing the deteriorating structure from the Sister Bay Waterfront.


The future of the building has been on the mind of village officials and residents since 2007, when discussions concerning a waterfront redevelopment plan were first introduced. In 2014, an architect drafted plans to rehabilitate the building for use as a reception venue. It was noted then in village documents that remodeling the structure would be futile and cost-prohibitive because of the poor condition of the building.


The village has received several letters supporting keeping the building intact, citing the stone used to build the structure as a significant reason. One correspondence included in the meeting packet for Tuesday’s meeting did applaud the Plan Commission, saying she would like to see it torn down to add to the village’s greenspace. You can see the full agenda and read the correspondences by clicking this link. 


The special in-person meeting for the village’s Parks, Properties and Streets Committee will take place on September 6th at 6 p.m. at the Sister Bay-Liberty Grove Fire Station on Mill Road.


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