Third Option Emerging for Grain Elevator

For the time being, the old grain elevator on Sturgeon Bay’s west side waterfront won’t be torn down, but the plan is not to leave it in its current state either. Instead, the city council Tuesday afternoon decided to consider a third option. Alderman David Ward, who made the motion, says the recommendation was to demolish the structure, but he offered another solution…

Earlier in the meeting, City Attorney James Kalny reported that the Department of Safety and Personal Services, the state agency that governs the fire chief’s demolition order, had extended the deadline for razing the structure to Saturday. Ward says more discussions between the DSPS and the city attorney are warranted…

In the meantime, Fire Chief Tim Dietman has indicated that citations could be issued to the city for disregarding his demolition order.

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