The West St. Paul City Council had a quick meeting with routine business, approving a body art establishment, discussing alley maintenance, and rejecting absentee ballot drop boxes.
West St. Paul City Council discussed their vision for the Hy-Vee property, met with prosecutors working with West St. Paul Police, and formally recognized Juneteenth.
The filing period to run for public office in Minnesota closed today and we now know who will be on the ballot in 2022 to represent West St. Paul at the city, county, and state level.
West St. Paul Mayor Dave Napier delivered the State of the City address: “The last few years have been so challenging… but our success did not stop.”
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.
Mostly routine business for the West St. Paul City Council, including final approve of new ward maps. Though the city did begin a debate on whether or not to relax the restriction on yard signs.