The West St. Paul City Council learned about a ground breaking new mental health program for firefighters, officially expanded the Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Network, and addressed a brewing controversy over anti-abortion signs.
Routine business for Monday’s West St. Paul City Council meeting, including a presentation on South Metro’s new mental health program, some incoming/outgoing grants, and an interesting rental license issue.
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After two very long meetings in a row, last night’s 20-minute West St. Paul City Council meeting was a welcome breather. The main agenda didn’t include much, though more interesting discussions happened during the Open Council Work Session.
Proclamations, presentations, and recognition took up most of this week’s West St. Paul city council meeting. A few routine business items were passed, but some of the more interesting tidbits took place behind the scenes.
Lots of routine business in this meeting, as well as a presentation on a pilot program that pairs a police officer with a social worker to address mental health issues.