Cold-storage Building to Get Upgrades

The Sturgeon Bay Common Council agreed July 5 to transfer $14,570 that had originally been budgeted for road-crack sealing to cover additional project costs for heating and insulating the city’s cold-storage building along North 14th Avenue.

Municipal services director Mike Barker said the requirements of having to submit the project plans to the state increased the price beyond the $25,000 budgeted in 2023, and the city had funds left over that had originally been budgeted for crack sealing.

District 1 alderwoman Helen Bacon said the purpose of the cold-storage building is to not have equipment stand outside and freeze. Barker said one example of that is the jetter truck, which should be stored inside a building.

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