The Sturgeon Bay Finance/Purchasing & Building Committee met Tuesday afternoon at city hall where they passed a 2nd amendment to the development agreement for the old granary on the waterfront. Initially, the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society’s agreement called for a more basic shell plan for the structure, but now they’ve provided a much more elaborately detailed restoration plan. The purpose of this amendment is to recognize and incorporate their new plan into the development agreement. This helps bring the development agreement more in line with the new schematic plans of the historical society. The committee has recommended this amendment to be approved by the Common Council at their next meeting on December 15th. Another agenda item was the “memo of understanding” between the city and Bay Shipbuilding concerning the beautification of a section of 3rd Avenue. On this item no action was taken since the committee still has a few issues they wish to have worked out and addressed.