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City pulls the plug on bluff land talks with Ansay PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kristyn Halbig Ziehm   
Wednesday, 13 July 2016 18:01

Port to market property after negotiations over plan for headquarters stall 

Port Washington aldermen on Tuesday voted unanimously to seek other development proposals for  44 acres of undeveloped bluff land the city owns just south of the We Energies power plant, severing their ongoing negotiations with Ansay Development.

“We’re going out and opening up the process,” City Administrator Mark Grams said. “Aldermen agreed to pursue other options.” 

The Common Council’s vote Tuesday came after a closed session, one of many that have occurred since December, when Ansay Development proposed acquiring the property for a corporate campus.

Since then, the two sides had exchanged proposals for the land and negotiations had been ongoing.

“There wasn’t enough progress made for us to continue with this,” Grams said after Tuesday’s vote. 

The council’s decision doesn’t preclude Ansay from consideration, he said.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 July 2016 18:13
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