The regular meeting of the Sturgeon Bay Common Council Tuesday was canceled due to the lack of a quorum. City Administrator Josh Van Lieshout said, due to several factors, the requisite number of alderpersons needed to conduct a meeting could not be met. The session had been set for noon at city hall. The meeting agenda featured 14 mostly routine matters including the issuance of beer and wine licenses, a sidewalk cafe permit, an exception to the noise ordinance, a street name, and an amendment to the municipal code related to “roof pitch.” Other matters that were to have been taken up included a public hearing and the first reading of an ordinance having to do with a requirement that a garage be constructed with all new dwellings, as well as a fence encroachment to a right-of-way. It’s unclear if a special session will be needed to conduct business. The next regular session is set for July 19th at noon.