West St. Paul’s City Council finalized a purchase agreement for the Hy-Vee property, got a preliminary look at the 2023 budget, heard about the embedded social worker program with the police, and finalized several new ordinances.
The city will take action on the Hy-Vee property, incorporate ISD 197’s school resource officer into the budget, and get a preliminary look at the 2023 budget.
The West St. Paul City Council held a series of public hearings, passing ordinances on catalytic converter theft, fraudulent gift cards, commercial vehicle parking, a marijuana moratorium, and more. They also discussed park cleanup and the Bike & Pedestrian Plan.
There will be six public hearings on the schedule for Monday’s City Council meeting, including the marijuana moratorium, catalytic converters, and mayor/council salary increase. There will also be a first look at the Bike & Pedestrian Plan update.
The Twin Cities is the worst place in the country for catalytic converter thefts and West St. Paul is looking for solutions.
The West St. Paul City Council covered a lot of ground this week, including the future of the former Hy-Vee/YMCA property, No Mow May, and battling catalytic converter thefts.