There’s not much on the agenda for the regular West St. Paul City Council meeting on Monday night. A few procedural items and recognizing Black History Month, but no new business.
West St. Paul’s Charter Commission passed three amendments expanding the mayor’s voting power, adding seats to the Charter Commission, and clarifying eligible votes.
The West St. Paul City Council heard from residents about an ongoing racial harassment issue, appointed citizens to committees, and covered a number of other topics.
On Monday the West St. Paul City Council will make appointments to committees and consider a range of city business, including translation, sidewalks, town hall meetings, finances, and more.
The West St. Paul Charter Commission met earlier this week to interview candidates for a vacant seat and consider potential changes.
The West St. Paul City Council met for the first official business meeting of the year and worked through a lot, including new development, ordinance tweaks, Moreland Avenue construction, and more. A yard sign ordinance and the definition of family prompted the most heated conversation.