There was much less intensity surrounding a Sturgeon Bay City Council vote on a zoning matter involving a proposed waterfront hotel Tuesday evening. The crowd at the fire department truck bay was smaller and less boisterous. The applause was polite, there were no standing ovations, and no one turning their backs on the city council. In short, everyone in the room knew, or should have known, that the council would approve the second reading of an ordinance change transforming the zoning from “C-2” to Planned Unit Development for the former Door County Cooperative property. Now, the elements of a planned unit development related to a proposed four story waterfront hotel, featuring no more than 76 rooms, will be hashed out by the city plan commission and more changes are possible.