At the Sturgeon Bay Common Council meeting Tuesday evening, they addressed the housing shortage in the area by accepting the development agreement parameters for the 26-unit multiple-family dwelling propopsed for the Sunset School Redevelopment. Then there’s the proposal for the Northpointe Development Corporation with a 53-unit dwelling on the West Waterfront which Mayor Dave Ward details here……
Council members also stressed the importance of the stipulation forbidding these developments from becoming short-term rentals. Then, the Council approved a 2nd reading of the Sturgeon Bay Police Department command structure to eliminate one position while creating another…..
The council then met in closed session to discuss the purchase of a land parcel on S. Hudson avenue, after which they approved this purchase in the interests of creating more housing….
The meeting lasted 2 hours and 45 minutes, but as they mayor says, they took plenty of action and achieved more progress addressing the city’s housing shortage problem.