The Door County Board will study possible plans for a new senior resource center during a special meeting Tuesday in the multi-purpose room at the Justice Center in Sturgeon Bay. An ad hoc study committee is recommending that the new facility be built South of the current senior center on County property off of 14th Avenue in Sturgeon Bay. The building would also house an aging & disability resource center & the County public health department. The new senior center would also have a full kitchen to prepare meals & cover the needs of the meals on wheels program. Two other sites considered by the ad hoc committee were the YMCA & Justice Center properties in Sturgeon Bay. If approved, the County would bond for the nearly $3.9 million needed to build the facility. The 9AM meeting will also feature information on a plan to enhance the communications system at the Sheriff’s Department. Decisions on both proposals are expected to be made when the County Board meets in regular session on August 30th.