By Terry Kovarik
The Sturgeon Bay Common Council voted to dissolve the Waterfront Redevelopment Authority after more than 30-years of operation. The council met in closed session for just over two hours to consider the proposed dissolution. When the council returned to open session, it voted 6-1 to dissolve the authority. Attorney James Kalny, who represents Sturgeon Bay, explained to Council Member David Ward that the dissolution proposal takes into account current legal obligations.
The common council also discussed a proposed settlement with Friends of the Sturgeon Bay Public Waterfront and adjourned without taking action.