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Sturgeon Bay granary renovation team names its new executive director

STURGEON BAY – The new acting govt director of the Sturgeon Bay Historic Culture Foundation programs to carry on the foundation’s mission to make the Teweles and Brandeis Granary a focal issue of the city’s West Facet waterfront. 

Beth Renstrom, who was introduced as director Monday by the foundation, reported her main duties will include operating as a go-concerning for the foundation and the city, which have an settlement for the basis to acquire the historic structure into a three-time occasion area as aspect of the city’s waterfront redevelopment approach. She’ll also function with Milwaukee-primarily based architects La Dallman, De Pere-based building business Smet Design Solutions and other contractors who currently have been functioning on the venture.

“I will be functioning with the board (of the historical culture) to provide their eyesight to the architect and building business, doing work with the metropolis,” Renstrom explained. “And, (operating) to convey this extraordinary asset we have to the group back to daily life, to be a crucial section of the West Aspect waterfront … Primarily, I will be a conduit between all these performing components, a central issue of call for bringing absolutely everyone jointly.”