Letter to the Editor: Granary Is Diamond in the Rough

When you Google historic granary renovations and see what the possibilities are for this 100-plus-year-old structure, it is awe-inspiring. Surviving granaries, especially, have become focal points in many cities for tourists and residents alike. The Sturgeon Bay Historical Society sees these possibilities and has already raised enough money to stabilize and start reimagining its use at no cost to taxpayers. If the city council doesn’t accept this generous gift to Sturgeon Bay, the razing will cost the taxpayers both monetarily and historically. Let’s open our minds and imaginations and revitalize our working waterfront creatively.


Liz Orlock

Sturgeon Bay, Wis.

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