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DOT study to help determine potential Fleet Farm intersection

RecentThe latest example of this will be in the coming months as the City of Sturgeon Bay and Fleet Farm work together on establishing a development agreement. Fleet Farm pointed to the high inflationary construction costs and the city’s big-box ordinance as reasons they would need financial assistance for their project, specifically asking for help paying for the store’s entrance and traffic lights. Last week, Sturgeon Bay City Administrator Josh Van Lieshout said both sides recognize that the proposed frontage road would benefit Fleet Farm and the city’s future growth.

As for what will help control the traffic in that area if a four-way intersection is established for the retailer and potentially other development, Wisconsin Department of Transportation Traffic Safety Engineer Mason Simmons says a lot of work goes into determining the best option.

Simmons says the department is likely months away from making a final recommendation.

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