Another step in the effort to develop a segment of Sturgeon Bay’s west side waterfront is expected to be taken Tuesday evening when the city council meets in regular session. Council members will be asked to approve the investment of $12,500 to cover the city’s portion of a $25,000 expenditure to create a market feasibility and business model study on a proposed four seasons market. The other half of the funding would be paid for by way of a community development block planning grant. The city’s consultant, Vandewalle & Associates, would put the study together. According to the executive study prepared by city community development director Marty Olejniczak, the four season market is one of the key components of the adopted redevelopment plan.