The public can weigh in as the intoxicating THC products ordinance comes up for a public hearing. There’s also a new officer, street assessment hearing, and survey results.
Street maintenance and marijuana regulation moved forward at the West St. Paul City Council. Discussion covered potentially removing stop signs at the Butler and Stassen intersection and some tense but postponed discussion over possibly shopping for a new city attorney.
It’s a mostly quiet City Council meeting for West St. Paul with marijuana regulation and next year’s street projects. The more noteworthy conversations come during the work session with potential changes to the Butler and Stassen intersection and shopping around for a city attorney.
Long-term development took center stage during West St. Paul’s City Council meeting, including the former Hy-Vee/YMCA property with a proposal for apartments, a sit-down restaurant, and public space, Dakota County’s mental health crisis recovery and treatment center, and a feasibility study for a community center.
West St. Paul City Council will cover several big topics—including a community center study, Hy-Vee redevelopment presentation, marijuana regulation, and a proposed Dakota County crisis and recovery center—mostly during work sessions before the regular meeting.
The West St. Paul City Council discussed a trail on Butler Avenue, fine appeals, and heard a presentation from Northern Dakota County’s Beyond the Yellow Ribbon.