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Posted inReal Estate

Racine County Real Estate: Sportsplex, Auto Repair and Restaurant Sell

Over 100 properties changed hands in Racine County between June 12 through June 16, according to Racine County property transfer records. Here are the highlights: The Racine Unified School District bought the Sturtevant Sportsplex for $5.25 million. Racine Unified Buys Sturtevant Sportsplex Import Specialists, 2121 Ole Davidson Rd., was sold to Racine-based Akil LLC for […]

Posted inBreakingSchools

Racine Unified Reaches Tentative Deal To Buy Sturtevant SportsPlex

The Racine Unified School District has reached a tentative agreement to buy the Sturtevant SportsPlex for about $5.2 million, but the deal still needs to be approved by the School Board. The Renaissance School, which had been looking at buying the Sportsplex, recently bought the building it currently occupies, according to Racine County property transfer records. The […]

Posted inGovernmentSchools

Rezoning SportsPlex to School Public Hearing Wednesday

Sturtevant trustees will hear comments and concerns Wednesday about rezoning the Sturtevant SportsPlex from industrial to commercial so the Renaissance School can set up shop there for a K4 – 8th grade private school. Renaissance is a private school, and many of its students attend using state-funded vouchers. Lutheran Urban Mission Initiative (LUMIN) is the organization that operates […]

Posted inCommunitySchools

Groups Pushing For Independent School Districts To Host Fundraiser

Citizens for a Caledonia School District, a nonprofit group trying to form an independent school district in Caledonia, is hosting a movie night/activity for residents and families with children from 2 to 5 p.m. March 22 at the Sturtevant Sportsplex, 10116 Stellar Ave., in Sturtevant. The event is a fundraiser for the group to pay for literature drops and mailers […]

Posted inBusinessGovernment

Lehmann Expansion Approved, SportsPlex Public Hearing Scheduled

The Sturtevant Planning Commission Thursday approved an addition to Lehmann’s bakery and set the public hearing to rezone Sturtevant SportsPlex for Renaissance School. Lehmann’s, 9117 Durand Avenue, needs to expand to meet the growing demand for kringle, a story in The Journal Times reads. Having its signature pastry featured at Sam’s Club has increased the […]

Posted inGovernmentSchools

Sturtevant SportsPlex Rezone Headed to Plan Commission

Rezoning the Sturtevant SportsPlex from industrial to commercial property will go before the village Planning Commission in the coming weeks. Approving the change is the first step for the Renaissance School’s relocation and consolidation from two buildings in Pleasant Prairie and Mount Pleasant. Renaissance is a private school, and many of its students attend using […]

Posted inBusinessSchools

SportsPlex Could Rezone Into Renaissance School Building

Beleaguered Sturtevant SportsPlex owner Fernando Bahena Tuesday told trustees that he is willing to surrender his liquor license if that’s what it takes to move the Renaissance School into his building. The SportsPlex is located in the Renaissance Business Park south of Highway 20. Bahena attended the village continual committee meeting with representatives from the […]