Sturgeon Bay Asks That Candidate Signs Be Removed

In a recent statement from the City of Sturgeon Bay, it says they have received complaints regarding the continued display of political candidate signs throughout the city, with the last election being well over a month ago. It then says that any political message signs on behalf of a candidate for public office still on display is a violation of the city’s sign code and … Continue reading

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Amendment to Granary Plan Approved

The Sturgeon Bay Finance/Purchasing & Building Committee met Tuesday afternoon at city hall where they passed a 2nd amendment to the development agreement for the old granary on the waterfront. Initially, the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society’s agreement called for a more basic shell plan for the structure, but now they’ve provided a much more elaborately detailed restoration plan. The purpose of this amendment is to … Continue reading

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Notice to Boaters on Sturgeon Bay

In a recent statement from Sturgeon Bay Harbor Commission Chairman Gary Nault, he addresses how the current high lake levels and the increased erosion is affecting many of our shoreline residents. They are asking for an extension of the “no wake” zones on both the north and south areas of Sturgeon Bay’s waterfront. This has been a rather controversial subject that may have some negative … Continue reading

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