De Groot, Incorporated of Green Bay was tabbed to handle improvements to Sturgeon Bay’s market square as a result of action taken by the city council Tuesday. The project’s cost was set at $209,401.18. For that amount of money, the parking area used as a seasonal farmer’s market the lot will be continuously sloped from the elevation at city hall down to the alley. Landscaping spaces will be provided, four additional parking spaces added, an infiltration chamber installed, entrances widened & the alley narrowed. Mayor Thad Birmingham had talked about the possibility of moving the former warming house building at the end of the property, but, after talking with the Miller Art Museum which is using the building for offices, decided the idea would have to be put off for another day. The city budgeted $200,000 for the market square project. The additional $9,900 will be taken from a parking lot maintenance line item.