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SAVE EAGLE TOWER On September 14, 2015 concerned citizens packed the Old Town Hall in Fish Creek. Three members of the DNR were present. Eagle Tower was scheduled to meet the wrecking ball on November 11, 2015. In the past few months we have not seen ANY progress. The citizens present asked that another engineering […]
Friends of Peninsula State Park Eagle Tower Resolution Recommendation Fish Creek:The Board of Directors for the Friends of Peninsula State Park have issued a resolution recommendation regarding the status of Eagle Tower located in Peninsula State Park. ‘The Board of the Friends of Peninsula State Park supports either the renovation or the reconstruction […]
1/29 We will continue to collect signatures. Please show your support by signing this petition AND encouraging your state representatives to vote for Senator Lassee’s bill. This bill Eagle Tower Restoration. It calls for up to $300,000 from the Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Fund to go toward the repair of the tower. The bill requires DNR to […]
A DISCUSSION FROM OUR FACEBOOK PAGE: John Yount Door Property Owners Members: It is I who made that statement following Board President Mike Serpe’s statement on doorcountydailynews.com that “The Board of Directors of DPO endorses and supports the lawsuit”. That is the lawsuit against the City of Sturgeon Bay filed for the sole purpose of […]
Door Property Owners Agenda 8:00 AM – Monday, September 21, 2015 At – Crossroads at Big Creek Call to Order (8:00 AM) Present: Pagel, Serpe, Dirks, Newman, Vavra, Sigmann, Herringa, Absent: Fisher, Graef New Business • Hotel in Sturgeon Bay – discussion We agreed that we can align with the lake bed, public trust issue, […]
October 15th, 2015 Industry Watchdog Re-files Legal Complaints against 13 “Factory Farms” Click above to view the article!
October 9, 2015 Historic Ordinance in Maryland County a Victory for Grassroots Activism! History was made in Montgomery County, Maryland this week when a grassroots coalition of moms, progressive businesses, and local and national health and environmental advocates stopped hazardous pesticide use on public and private property throughout the county. The coalition prevailed over the […]