By Paul Schmitt
The Sturgeon Bay Common Council will have their regularly scheduled meeting tomorrow after three failed attempts to meet last week for a special meeting to consider the bids for dismantling the granary elevator on the west side. The special meetings did not have the required quorum to do city business. Agenda item nine for Tuesday’s meeting includes that consideration. The council will also convene in a closed session to confer with legal counsel on potential litigation being sought by the Wisconsin Historical Society in regards to the removal of the granary building. In other city business to be discussed is the resolution to establish the City of Sturgeon Bay as a Premier Resort Area in order to hold a referendum in the spring for a half-percent sales tax to cover the upkeep costs of city streets. The Sturgeon Bay Common Council meeting will begin at noon Tuesday inside the Council Chambers at City Hall.