By Tim Kowols
Over 130 days after it moved across the river to the east side, Sturgeon Bay officials have questions about the future of the Teweles and Brandeis grain elevator. Back in March, the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society requested 60-90 days to form a plan for the structure once it was moved to an east side parcel owned by developer Peter Moede. City administrator Josh VanLieshout says the discussion will help the city try to learn more about what is being planned when it is brought up during Tuesday’s Common Council meeting.
Crews from Drury Designs started installing windows and fixing the roof last week in efforts to close up the building in order to begin powerwashing the inside. The Sturgeon Bay Common Council will also vote on a resolution to support new dark store legislation and discuss the formation of an ad-hoc west side waterfront planning committee when it meets at 7 p.m at city hall.