By Paul Schmitt
The Tewels and Brandeis granary building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places last week as the contractor chosen by the City of Sturgeon Bay is preparing to dismantle and salvage the 116-year-old structure. Sturgeon Bay Historical Society President Christie Weber says the Granary Building’s history is important to preserve.
Weber is hopeful the granary will receive the proper respect it deserves.
City Administrator Josh VanLieshout told DoorCountyDailyNews.com the city is still waiting on the contractor, Kiesow Enterprises of Valders to work through their schedule and begin the process to remove, salvage and store the granary.