This Week: Egg Harbor Discusses Shipwrecked Proposal; Child Care Forum

The expansion proposal from the owners of Shipwrecked Brew Pub is back on the agenda in the Village of Egg Harbor tomorrow. The Plan Commission will deliberate and likely make a decision on the project that would add 92 outdoor seats on the grounds that used to be the location of Christine’s Casuals, while reducing the number of parking spaces on the property. That meeting will begin at noon. Find virtual attendance links and information here>>

Full Agenda in Sister Bay

The Sister Bay Plan Commission has another long agenda to work through Tuesday night. Among the agenda items is further discussion of the hotel-condo proposed by Al Gokey on Maple Drive, review of updated plans for the hotel-condominium project behind Skipstone Coffee, and discussion of the request for a Conditional Use Permit for the redevelopment of the former Little Sister Resort property from Lance and Bridget Crane. 

The agenda also includes a first look at a request from Sara and Jason White to convert the former auto body shop at 2450 Bay Shore Drive into a brewery. The meeting begins at 5:30 pm. View the agenda and packet materials for that meeting here>>

Child Care Forum

United Way continues its efforts to find solutions to the ongoing struggle to provide affordable, available child care in Door County. The organization will host the second of two public child care forums tonight. Rep. Joel Kitchens and Sen. Andre Jacque will join the roundtable to hear from local residents and other officials about the struggle to find and provide child care in Door County. To register for the forum email Christina Studebaker at [email protected]. Last week’s forum can be viewed on YouTube here>>

Door Lens

The last cherry blossoms are fading fast in northern Door County. Photo by Katie Sikora.

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