Retired researcher and educator Claudia Egelhoff is championing a climate resolution for the West St. Paul City Council.
With the Thanksgiving holiday, it’s a good time to be grateful. So here are 10 things about West St. Paul that we’re thankful for.
With a week shortened by the Thanksgiving holiday, the West St. Paul City Council had another quick, 20-minute meeting. The official meeting included some routine business as well as a resident rant during citizen comments, with more involved discussions happening during the Open Council Work Session.
Once a snow emergency is declared, parking is banned on all snow emergency routes at 2 a.m., and at 8 a.m. on all other streets.
The holidays are upon us and it’s a good time to shop local and support West St. Paul businesses and organizations. There are tons of great gifts you can get for your loved ones, right here in West St. Paul.
Since West St. Paul’s founding in 1889, only seven women have served on City Council.