Phase 2 of Renovating Old Highway Shop Could be Approved Tuesday

Moving into the second phase of a project intended to house a central ambulance station and human resource center at the former highway shop site in Sturgeon Bay could get the go-ahead Tuesday during the regular meeting of the Door County Board. Based on a resolution approved by supervisors in February, each of the three phases of the project must be approved by the county board before moving forward. According to County Administrator Ken Pabich, the first phase of the project has been completed…

The second phase includes partial interior demolition and cleaning, relocation of the fuel storage and dispensing facility and salt shed, remodeling of the butler building, construction documents and specifications, and competitive bidding. Pabich says county board action Tuesday will authorize the expenditure of just over a million dollars for phase two of the project…

The Door County Board meets Tuesday morning at 9AM at the Government Center in Sturgeon Bay.

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