With a minimal agenda for the regular West St. Paul City Council meeting, most of the action came during the Open Council Work Session, with updates on the Annapolis reconstruction project, the Thompson Oaks wetland restoration, redistricting, and charter changes.
The first West St. Paul City Council meeting of the year will be short and sweet. The interesting discussions will come during the Open Council Work Session with updates on Thompson Oaks, Annapolis, and redistricting.
The West St. Paul City Council did a lot this week, including officially hiring a new city manager, approving the return of Burger King and a drive thru for Jimmy John’s, approving two of three proposed charter amendments, and clearing the way for pickleball.
The West St. Paul City Council considered three charter amendments, expanded committees, named finalists for the city manager position, and moved a development project forward.
Another pretty sparse West St. Paul City Council agenda, though conversations on charter amendments and committee appointments beforehand plus land sale for townhomes afterword.
West St. Paul’s Charter Commission passed three amendments expanding the mayor’s voting power, adding seats to the Charter Commission, and clarifying eligible votes.