The West St. Paul City Council approved changes to the Town Center One project, discussed lowering parking minimums, talked economic development strategy, and approved a search plan for a new city manager.
Monday’s City Council meeting will include a change to a big project and progress on several city initiatives, including hiring a new city manager, reducing parking minimums, and economic development plans.
City Manager Ryan Schroeder is retiring and residents came out to voice complaints about the Moreland Avenue reconstruction project. Other City Council business included future park plans and a historic proclamation.
The big news for Monday’s City Council meeting is that City Manager Ryan Schroeder is retiring. Other topics include park improvements and a public hearing for the Moreland Avenue reconstruction.
On Nov. 3, 1970, West St. Paul elected the youngest mayor in its history, 25-year-old James R. Husman.
This week’s West St. Paul City Council meeting included informational updates on next week’s election, homeless outreach, a coming Thompson Avenue turnback, and the art park. There was also business as usual with failed alcohol and tobacco checks and public hearings for citations, assessments, and street improvements.