This week’s virtual West St. Paul City Council meeting was punctuated by moments of silence amid some good news of proclamations and recognitions as well as the not-so-usual business of COVID-19 response.
The second virtual meeting of the West St. Paul City Council went smoothly, thanks to a lighter agenda and a lack of public comments.
Four seats will be on the ballot in West St. Paul in November. So who’s going to run? We’re tracking the confirmed candidates as we approach the filing period.
This week’s West St. Paul City Council meeting was mostly routine business. Some of the more interesting discussion happened during work sessions, including an update on the North Gateway project and debate on the prevailing wage ordinance.
The West St. Paul city council meeting included passing several changes about garbage hauling, pet licenses, and the I/I ordinance—but the most important issues came during the EDA meeting and two potential developments.
More than 40 people attended the second longest meeting in the past year, where the council decided to return basketball hoops to Haskell and Oakdale Parks.