Sturgeon Bay to Save over $100,000 Through Refinancing TIF Bonds

The City of Sturgeon Bay will save close to $109,000 by refinancing bonds related to the city’s tax incremental district number two. The city council agreed to go ahead with a refinancing plan put together by Robert W. Baird & Company at its regular meeting Tuesday. The district, which encompasses the waterfront downtown, features bond financing of $5,585,000. Of that amount, about $1.8 million is intended for general fund purposes, according financial consultant Brian Rueckl…

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Alderman Bob Schlicht praised staff-members for finding ways to save the city a significant amount of money over the life of the district…

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The City of Sturgeon Bay has four tax incremental finance districts, the industrial park, the waterfront, the former Wiretech property & the newly created west side waterfront district. The theory behind the program is to invest funds in developing property & recoup the investment by way of increased tax revenue from the district over a specific period of time.

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