A determination of what to do with the old grain elevator on Sturgeon Bay’s west side will have to wait for another day. The meeting the city council scheduled for Monday at noon was set up to determine if a bid should be accepted for dismantling the 116 year old structure was called off due to the lack of a quorum, or the minimum number needed in order to conduct a meeting. In this case, the number of council-members on hand. After a few minutes, Mayor Thad Birmingham reluctantly called off the meeting due to the lack of a quorum and said it would be rescheduled. The council-members who did not attend were Kelly Catarozoli of district one, Barb Allmann of district five, and Laurel Hauser in district seven. All three are opponents of taking down the grain elevator.