What’s Coming Up in Door County?

• Over 60 people attended the Aug. 14 meeting where the Sister Bay Village Board heard public comments regarding moving the intersection of Highway 42 and 57. The board will once again discuss the realignment of the intersection at its next meeting on Sept. 11 at 6 pm. They may decide to reconsider the decision to move the intersection.


• The Village of Ephraim will hold a public forum to discuss its direct sellers and service vendors policy, which contributed to the issue with open air painting on public property in June. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 7 pm at the Village Hall.


The Baileys Harbor Town Board invites the community to an Open House at the new Baileys Harbor Public Works Garage on August 18 from 3 to 6 pm.

Tours of the maintenance building, the wastewater treatment plant and the ballpark facilities will be given, and refreshments will be served.

Members of the Baileys Harbor Town Board, Plan Commission, Wastewater Committee and/or Parks Committee may be in attendance, but this event is for informational purposes only and no official town business will be conducted.

The garage is located on Summit Road at the Recreational Park.


• The Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department wants to contract with someone for a phragmites control program in southern Door County and the town of Sevastopol. Instructions for proposals can be found on the department’s website, or at the department office in Sturgeon Bay. Proposals must be received before noon on August 20.

Two informational meetings on the Door County Bike and Pedestrian Master Plan will take place next week. The first meeting will be held on August 21 at the Gibraltar Community Center from 6:30 – 8 pm. The second will be held on August 22 at Nasewaupee Town Hall from 6:30 – 8 pm.