By Paul Schmitt
The City of Sturgeon Bay Waterfront Redevelopment Authority will be meeting on Monday to discuss strategic plans for development on the west side. Tom Herlache, Chair of the WRA, says the authority plans Monday to look at redevelopment strategies for the West Waterfront parcels pending the DNR determination of the Ordinary High Watermark.
The WRA will also be hearing a request from the Door County Maritime Museum to place an outdoor exhibit of a covered lifeboat that would be on the city’s parking lot along Madison Avenue. Monday meeting’s agenda originally included a presentation of a development proposal from the Sturgeon Bay Center for the Arts, but speakers on behalf of the organization are not able to attend, according, Alan Kopischke. The meeting by the Waterfront Redevelopment Authority is scheduled for 5 pm Monday in the Community Room at City Hall.