The West St. Paul City Council had a quick meeting with routine business, approving a body art establishment, discussing alley maintenance, and rejecting absentee ballot drop boxes.
Absentee ballot drop boxes and alley maintenance are the big items on the agenda for the West St. Paul City Council.
Since Hy-Vee scuttled plans for a West St. Paul location, the city made a purchase offer on the property, bringing preliminary proposed plans for the space one step closer to reality.
West St. Paul City Council discussed their vision for the Hy-Vee property, met with prosecutors working with West St. Paul Police, and formally recognized Juneteenth.
There’s a minimal agenda for West St. Paul City Council on Monday, but the one item is a big one: conceptual plans for the Hy-Vee property.
West St. Paul City Council recognized police officers and fire fighters for saving a life, approved a new parking lot design for Heritage, and had another closed session on the Hy-Vee property, among other business.