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Marina vendor discussion continues Wednesday in Sister Bay

You can make your thoughts known about the potential removal of commercial vendors from the Sister Bay Marina on December 14th. Last month, the topic hit a fever pitch when the Sister Bay Marina Committee mentioned that tour operators like Sister Bay Scenic Boat Tours might not be able to operate their businesses there for much longer. 


According to Sister Bay Marina Committee Chairperson Scott Baker, dock damage, noise complaints, trash issues, and the request for a new kiosk all contributed to the discussion. He emphasized that nothing is set in stone yet and that discussions are still ongoing. In a statement from Sister Bay Scenic Boat Tours owner Eric Lundquist, he says he has never found the committee unreasonable. He has faith the committee will “go through the process of negotiating new contracts with open minds to find solutions over any challenges that may exist.” Residents and visitors alike have made their thoughts known since the meeting took place a month ago, pointing out to operators’ economic impact on the village outside of their sales.


The Sister Bay Marina Committee will meet on December 14th at 4 p.m. inside the Sister Bay/Liberty Grove Fire House. The public is welcome to provide input during the meeting, but speakers will be limited to three minutes.  The committee is scheduled to go into closed session during the meeting to meet with some or all of the potential vendors to discuss contract terms.


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