City of Sheboygan buys 197 acres of farmland in Town of Wilson

Parcel will be added to 73 acres city already owns to create 270 acres for residential development

The city of Sheboygan has purchased 197 acres in the Town of Wilson with plans to use the parcel for single-family residential developments. (Aerial photo courtesy of Sheboygan County)

Last updated on April 6th, 2022 at 01:51 pmHoping to address the dearth of available homes in their community, the landlocked city of Sheboygan has purchased 197 acres of farmland in the neighboring Town of Wilson for $3.67 million. The plan, said Chad Pelishek, the city’s director of planning & development, is to annex the

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