For the first time in more than a year the West St. Paul City Council chambers returned to normal with Council members and staff at the table and room for a full audience. It was also a return to business as usual with the agenda comprised of mostly routine items.
Mostly routine business at the upcoming West St. Paul City Council meeting as well as another opportunity to expand sidewalks in the city.
The upcoming West St. Paul City Council meeting will include several public hearings and some important conversations about mental health and economic development.
While the regular West St. Paul City Council meeting had a sparse agenda, the Council still covered a lot with nearly three hours of other meetings. Topics included policing, the committee appointment process, and sale of land for townhomes.
There’s not much on the agenda for the regular West St. Paul City Council meeting on Monday night. A few procedural items and recognizing Black History Month, but no new business.
The West St. Paul City Council heard from residents about an ongoing racial harassment issue, appointed citizens to committees, and covered a number of other topics.