Students in fourth, fifth, and sixth grades are invited to answer the question, “What would you do if you were mayor for a day?”
West St. Paul City Council took the first steps to regulate marijuana, discussed a new West St. Paul Days, two drive thrus were approved, and a townhouse project moved forward after some consternation.
Dakota County commissioner, attorney, and sheriff will all be on the ballot in 2022, and candidates are already campaigning, including West St. Paul City Council Member Robyn Gulley.
West St. Paul City Council will have two public hearings on Monday to limit tobacco shops and make Renaissance Plan updates. There will also be first readings on a sign ordinance change and Planning Commission expansion and ward requirement.
West St. Paul City Council swore in two new police officers, gave initial approval to a new townhouse redevelopment plan for the former golf course, and began the process to limit specialty tobacco retailers.
The agenda covered Planning Commission expansion, Marthaler Park improvements, and limiting tobacco shops.