By Tim Kowols
As it awaits the decision from the Department of Natural Resources on the ordinary high water mark for the city’s west waterfront, the Sturgeon Bay Common Council will revisit another portion of the dispute in closed session on Tuesday. The council will meet with its legal counsel to discuss its lawsuit involving developer Bob Papke, who in June filed suit against the city after pulling out of the hotel agreement. Papke is seeking $550,000 in damages for work already done on the project plus legal fees. The Sturgeon Bay Common Council will also discuss borrowing $1.5 million for capital projects and new equipment for its public safety departments. The meeting begins at noon inside the council chambers at Sturgeon Bay City Hall.