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Sturgeon Bay Common Council moves on land use for new Fleet Farm

The first steps of bringing a Fleet Farm to Sturgeon Bay were addressed by the Sturgeon Bay Common Council on Tuesday evening.  A change in the city’s comprehensive plan was approved, whereas the future land use designation was altered from agricultural/rural to regional commercial.

 A petition for a direct annexation of the property planned for the new Fleet Farm was also approved.  The annexation will happen once the parcel is officially purchased and reviewed by the Plan Commission.  In June, Fleet Farm entered into a purchase agreement with the Kerscher Family Trust to obtain the 37-acre property in the west corridor of Sturgeon Bay, just off Highway 42/57. 

In other business, the council approved the first reading of a zoning map amendment for the property on the east end of Alabama Place from Single Family Residential (R-1) to Single Family Residential (R-2).  The rezoning will allow the city to connect North 12th place to Alabama Place for future housing projects.

The council also passed another first reading for the rezoning of parcels on the east side of West Spruce Street and 60 Green Bay Road.

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