By Tim Kowols
Two Planned Unit Development (PUDs) agreements and an ordinance regarding beekeeping highlight this week’s Sturgeon Bay Common Council meeting. The Door County Maritime Museum will have its PUD reviewed for its planned Maritime Tower, which would add exhibit space and an observation deck to the 20-year-old museum building. The other PUD is for four apartment buildings being developed by SC Swiderski that would bring 56 units to the intersection of Grant Avenue and Sycamore Street on the southern edge of the city. Both PUDs being discussed come with accompanying ordinances needed to be passed so the projects can begin. The Common Council will also look at a new ordinance requiring beekeepers to obtain a permit instead of acquiring a conditional use permit for the hobby. The meeting will take place on Wednesday instead of Tuesday because of the holiday, but will still begin at noon inside the Council Chambers.