This week West St. Paul’s City Council approved the final steps for two major apartment projects.
The West St. Paul City Council will consider tax increment financing for two redevelopment projects, one of the final steps before these projects can move forward.
The West St. Paul City Council meeting made history in passing a conversion therapy ban. The city also relaxed a chicken ordinance, previewed the 2021 budget, and learned more about the Town Center One project (sorry, no brew pub).
The upcoming West St. Paul City Council meeting includes public hearings for a few popular measures—relaxing the chicken ordinance and a conversion therapy ban (maybe?)—as well as an early look at the 2021 budget.
The longest meeting since January covered the proposed K-mart apartments, chickens, a conversion therapy ban, and cleaning up West St. Paul.
West St. Paul City Council has a full docket for Monday’s meeting, including public hearings on two separate proposed apartment projects, a change to the chicken ordinance, and a conversion therapy ban.