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Suamico board approves overflow parking downtown

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer SUAMICO – The village board last month approved providing additional parking in Historic Downtown Suamico, which is expanding with businesses, but has limited public parking. The board awarded the Vickery Village parking lot addition project to MCC, Inc., the lower bid of two companies, for a base price of $159,842, …

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Bid approved for Riverside Drive reconstruction project

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer SUAMICO – The village board voted Monday, Jan. 18, to award the Riverside Drive reconstruction project to Peters Concrete for a base price of $559,667, plus a contingency allowance of $55,966 and engineering costs of $60,900, for a total project cost of $676,534 using funds from Tax Incremental Financing (TIF) …

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Riverside Drive reconstruction project to be bid out

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer SUAMICO – The village board authorized staff Monday, Dec. 7, to bid out the Riverside Drive reconstruction project planned next year in Suamico’s Historic Downtown between Velp Avenue and Side Street. By bidding out the project this month, Public Works Director Andy Smits said the village will hopefully receive favorable …

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Luxury apartments approved for Urban Edge development

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer SUAMICO – An amendment to Urban Edge’s Planned Development District to construct two 20-unit luxury apartment buildings north of Festival Foods and west of the former Shopko store was approved Monday, Aug. 3, by the village board. Zoning Administrator Steve Dunks said Midwest Expansion proposed the luxury apartments, which will …

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Suamico board favors reconstructing part of Riverside Drive

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer SUAMICO – The Suamico village board voted last month to direct staff to coordinate with business and property owners along Riverside Drive in the Historic Downtown Suamico area to develop a reconstruction plan. Village Administrator Alex Kaker said $75 million was available through the state’s Multimodal Local Supplement program with …

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