By Tim Kowols
The city of Sturgeon Bay could be the latest municipality to demand the state to do more when it comes to its roads when the Common Council meets on Tuesday. On the meeting agenda is a resolution that has already been passed by over 520 county, town, village, and city governments asking the state to consider a more sustainable solution to pay for road repairs and improvements. City Administrator Josh VanLieshout says the resolution is an act of support to the Transportation Development Association and government entities across the state.
Eleven different boards and councils have passed the #JustFixIt resolution in Door and Kewaunee Counties. The Sturgeon Bay Common Council will also hear second readings on ordinances involving the rezoning of a parcel and combining the Waterfront Design Review Board with the Aesthetic Design and Site Plan Review Board at the noon meeting.