By Tim Kowols
The cities of Sturgeon Bay and Algoma will come back from the Labor Day holiday with their first council meetings of the month.
In Sturgeon Bay, the Common Council will vote on borrowing close to $1.5 million in note anticipation notes and $1.2 million in general obligation refunding bonds for a number of upcoming purchases including an aerial truck, fire chief vehicle, municipal services patrol truck, two squad cars, road work, and other equipment. The Common Council will also look into a Parking and Traffic Committee recommendation to adopt an ordinance requiring a $5 permit to park in the area bounded by Florida Street, North 7th Avenue, Iowa Street, and Third Avenue near Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding.
In Algoma, the City Council will consider a number of resolutions including an application to withdraw the city from the state health insurance program, an amendment to a development agreement with Father Ed, and a contract with Peterson Appraisals, Inc. to provide assessing services.
The Sturgeon Bay Common Council will meet at noon Tuesday while Algoma’s City Council will convene at 6 p.m.