West St. Paul Reader is supported by folks like you who make monthly or annual member payments through Patreon. We recently celebrated hitting 50 patrons by commissioning a new illustration from local artist Edgar Herrera (if the name sounds familiar, he also did the Black Lives Matter yard sign).
Herrera’s new work, “Robert Street Boardwalk,” features a number of local businesses and attractions in West St. Paul, including the water tower, the dome, and more. This commissioned work is available as a postcard to new supporters through Patreon. Monthly support begins as low as $3 per month (you can also pay annually and save 5%). In addition to the postcard, supporters get insider updates about what’s happening in West St. Paul.
We rely on steady support to keep West St. Paul Reader viable and help neighbors know what’s going on. Whether it’s election coverage, City Council recaps, answering questions, or interviewing neighbors, West St. Paul Reader keeps people informed. Thanks for your support.
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(Oct. 26, 2020 Update: This illustration is now available as an 8.5×11 print.)