By Tim Kowols
The Teweles and Brandeis grain elevator may get a lifeline Tuesday when the Sturgeon Bay Common Council meets in closed session. According to the Sturgeon Bay Common Council agenda, members will get their chance to weigh in on the Department of Natural Resources’ recent determination of the ordinary high water mark on the west waterfront and also potentially amending their demolition contract with Valders-based Kiesow Enterprises. Sturgeon Bay Historical Society President Christie Weber hopes this provides options for the granary moving forward.
Weber says she has been assured that the granary has some leeway on where it could stand in the future if it is saved and still keep its recently awarded National Historic Places designation. The Sturgeon Bay Common Council will meet at noon.