You can find traces of history in West St. Paul with a few remnants of the Works Progress Administration.
Business as usual for the West St. Paul City Council this week, with the swearing in of a police officer, honoring a Leap Day centenarian, progress on sidewalks/trails, and maybe a new Starbucks.
This early morning work group will cover topics including sidewalk gaps, proposed no parking, Carrie Street, and a housing rehab program.
An 84-year-old woman walking along Marthaler Lane was killed by a motorist. How can we make West St. Paul safer for pedestrians?
This week’s West St. Paul city council meeting included forward progress on Tobacco 21 and the 2020 city budget, as well as some heated debate over the hiring process for the new police chief.
Tonight’s West St. Paul city council meeting included procedural business, information, and a ranting resident. The preceding Open Council Work Session (OCWS) was the more informative and productive meeting of the night.