Check out the West St. Paul coloring book. Color yourself into city hall, climb the water tower or celebrate Pride.
Monday’s meeting will be physically closed to the public but interaction happening virtually. Business includes a repeal of the prevailing wage ordinance, the North Gateway project, and more.
How West St. Paul businesses respond to closures, from not requiring rent to opening a takeout window, can be heartening in the midst of the storm.
More than 50 people came together to say thanks to employees at Oxendale’s while also supporting local businesses—to the tune of $1,350 in gift cards and a donation to Neighbors, Inc.
Faced with a coronavirus shutdown, the Somerset Social went online and raised more money than last year.
“I guess you’d say I believe in put up or shut up,” Devona Weatherhead said in 1966 when she became the first woman elected to city council.