By Tim Kowols
The City of Sturgeon Bay and Door County Habitat for Humanity are in talks for more homes being built in the Sunset Hills Subdivision as a part of Tuesday’s Common Council meeting. The consideration of the sale of city property in the former Wiretech site is a part of the two-item closed session agenda which will also touch on its offer to buy the Amity Field property. City Administrator Josh VanLieshout says Door County Habitat for Humanity’s involvement in building affordable homes complementary to the subdivision is great news.
Door County Habitat for Humanity’s last two home build projects have taken place in the subdivision. Other items on the Sturgeon Bay Common Council agenda include the purchase and installation of video cameras and audio recording equipment in four interview rooms at City Hall and the replacement of its door security system.