By Tim Kowols
Finding a home for the dismantled granary will be among the items discussed by the Sturgeon Bay Common Council when it meets Tuesday at noon. The Sturgeon Bay Historical Society has agreed to purchase salvageable parts of the granary currently being dismantled by Kiesow Enterprises. The hope is to move the parts across the canal and stored on its possible future home near First Avenue until a plan can be finalized. According to a memo from Community Development Director Marty Olejniczak, The Common Council would have to authorize the site to be used for temporary storage in the meantime since doing so now would be in violation of current municipal code. The Common Council will also revisit two closed session items from its last meeting when it discussed amending its contract with Kiesow Enterprises and weighing in on the Department of Natural Resources’ Ordinary High Water Mark determination for Parcel 92, the current resting place of the granary.