A short agenda and two non-controversial public hearings resulted in the shortest West St. Paul city council meeting of the year so far.
Lots of routine business in this meeting, as well as a presentation on a pilot program that pairs a police officer with a social worker to address mental health issues.
The West St. Paul city council meeting included passing several changes about garbage hauling, pet licenses, and the I/I ordinance—but the most important issues came during the EDA meeting and two potential developments.
During the June 24, 2019 West St. Paul city council meeting, the city approved a sales tax and proclaimed June to be Pride month.
Last night’s West St. Paul city council meeting had a relatively light agenda. The biggest issues of the evening were sales tax and the process for hiring a new police chief.
More than 40 people attended the second longest meeting in the past year, where the council decided to return basketball hoops to Haskell and Oakdale Parks.