Sturgeon Bay Common Council members not only received a monthly update on the Granary Tuesday but had the opportunity to tour the facility before their meeting. Mayor David Ward and four alders visited the Granary Tuesday afternoon. They then listened to an update at the Council meeting by Sturgeon Bay Historical Society President Laurel Hauser and Granary Project Manager Nicole Matson on the recent progress.
After passing the readings for two ordinance changes on rezoning a parcel of land and a Municipal Code on non-moving violations, the Sturgeon Bay Council approved three resolutions on the agenda. The resolutions authorized Improvements and Levying Special Assessments for two improvements, including the alley on the north side of Kitty O’Reilly’s parking lot to South Neenah Avenue. The other was for the sidewalk improvements on North and South 14th Avenue.
In his Mayors Report, Ward thanked departing Planner/Zoning Administrator Christopher Sullivan-Robinson, who is leaving for an opportunity in Colorado Springs next week, for his years of excellent work.
The final piece of business was a closed session on the Right-of-way acquisition of real estate connecting Grant Avenue and Sawyer Drive, in which the council adjourned without taking any action.