Sturgeon Bay to Check Structural Integrity of Old Grain Elevator

The Sturgeon Bay City Council has taken another step in the process of developing a portion of the city’s west side waterfront area by awarding a contract intended to determine the structural integrity of the grain elevator on the old Door County Cooperative property. Marty Olejniczak, Sturgeon Bay’s Community Development Director, says the council action Tuesday evening accepts the recommendation of the waterfront redevelopment authority & authorizes the firm of Engberg Anderson of Madison & Milwaukee to do the job at a cost of $16,500…[audio:|titles=Marty Olejniczak]
Olejniczak says the council also agreed to split the expenditure between the structural analysis component & the rest of the project, allowing the city to pull out of the project if the numbers don’t work out…[audio:|titles=Marty Olejniczak]
The city’s waterfront consultant, Vandewalle & Associates, has touted the grain elevator as an iconic structure on the waterfront that could house a market.


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