The Sturgeon Bay City Council will make another attempt at resolving the issue of the old grain elevator on the city’s West Side Waterfront with a special meeting Monday at 7PM. The purpose of the meeting is to award a contract to dismantle, salvage and store the 116-year old granary, action the council had agreed to by way of a four to three vote. Since that time, the necessary quorum of five council-members has not been reached, either because some alder-persons boycotted the meeting or, as was the case at a previous council session, two members walked out, leaving the council at less than the necessary number to conduct business. A bid has been submitted that would take down the old building for about $66,000. Meanwhile, the grain elevator is under a demolition order issued by Fire Chief Tim Dietman who says the structure is unstable and a danger to people and property.