“We have had to pivot hard,” says local business owner Jena Bushey. We talk with West St. Paul businesses about how they’re coping with the coronavirus shutdown.
We talk with Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee Chair Mike Petrasek about why he serves and the challenge of improving West St. Paul parks.
As many people are stuck at home during the coronavirus shutdown, they’re still showing love with signs, decorations, and sidewalk chalk.
This week West St. Paul held their first ever virtual City Council meeting in response to the social distancing required by the coronavirus. The biggest issue was a proposed repeal of the prevailing wage ordinance, which was ultimately denied.
Monday’s meeting will be physically closed to the public but interaction happening virtually. Business includes a repeal of the prevailing wage ordinance, the North Gateway project, and more.
Faced with a coronavirus shutdown, the Somerset Social went online and raised more money than last year.