Handicap Parking Space to be Installed on Madison Avenue

At the request of Mayor Thad Birmingham, the Sturgeon Bay City Council agreed Tuesday to install a handicap parking space on Madison Avenue. Mayor Birmingham noted that a resident requested the parking space after hearing from a disabled visitor who could not find such a spot in the west side business district. The mayor acknowledged that the plan is to upgrade Oak Street and possibly install a handicap parking spot there in 2015, but believed the parking space was needed now…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/N1237.mp3|titles=Mayor Thad Birmingham]
Alderman Bob Schlicht, Chairman of the Parking and Traffic Committee, said several west side business owners indicated that were opposed to the idea…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/N1238.mp3|titles=Alderman Bob Schlicht]
City staff has surveyed the area where parking is at a premium and determined two areas where a handicap parking slot could be installed, near the Madison Avenue Wine Shop on one side of the street or at the New York Life Insurance Agency on the other side.


Posted in News |

Comments are closed.