The final West St. Paul City Council meeting of the year included a 2020 budget, a climate change resolution, a presentation on the crime map, an appointment, and debate over the proposed apartments at the former K-mart site.
West St. Paul local embraces giving with “Take an ornament” holiday display: “I thought that this little unexpected offering to strangers, neighbors, and friends might foster a smile.”
Retired researcher and educator Claudia Egelhoff is championing a climate resolution for the West St. Paul City Council.
With the Thanksgiving holiday, it’s a good time to be grateful. So here are 10 things about West St. Paul that we’re thankful for.
With a week shortened by the Thanksgiving holiday, the West St. Paul City Council had another quick, 20-minute meeting. The official meeting included some routine business as well as a resident rant during citizen comments, with more involved discussions happening during the Open Council Work Session.
Once a snow emergency is declared, parking is banned on all snow emergency routes at 2 a.m., and at 8 a.m. on all other streets.