-Work continues at Sawyer Park, where crews are putting in a new concrete walkway that will wind through the park, go under the Oregon Street Bridge, and also connect to the sidewalks on both sides of the bridge. Workers tell us this week's rain pushed back their schedule, but if the weather cooperates they're hoping to have all the concrete poured by the end of the day Friday. A new Coast Guard building is also planned for the site, although the timetable for that project hasn't been determined.
In other development news from Sturgeon Bay...
-Plans for a four-story apartment building on the corner of Oregon Street and 2nd Avenue have been scrapped. City officials say the developer canceled plans for the project after WHEDA funding fell through.
-The Sturgeon Bay City Council this week agreed to hire Engberg Anderson to conduct a structural analysis and architectural review of the grain elevator on the former Door County Cooperative property. The granary may be part of redevelopment plans but city officials want to first see if it's structurally sound.