The City of Sturgeon Bay will soon be seeking grant funding to continue the process that could lead to the development of a segment of Sturgeon Bay’s West side waterfront. The City Council Tuesday authorized the application for grant funding to pay for part of a feasibility study. City Administrator Steve McNeil said state officials have indicated that Sturgeon Bay has a strong chance of receiving funding if it applies…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/N1730.mp3|titles=Administrator McNeil]
McNeil said council action at this point does not mean the city will be investing any money in the plan…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/N1731.mp3|titles=Administrator McNeil]
Part of the application includes resolutions from the council authorizing submission of the grant application & adoption of the public participation plan. The anticipated project cost is $25,000. If awarded & Sturgeon Bay moves forward, the city’s cost would be half, or $12,500.