Six months into the pandemic, we check in on how local businesses are doing. A few have closed, a few are actually opening, and a lot are adapting.
The West St. Paul City Council covered the first steps on a conversion therapy ban, chickens, council salary, a social media policy, and the proposed apartments at the former K-mart.
The upcoming West St. Paul City Council meeting will consider the proposed apartments at the former K-mart site, a conversion therapy ban, and chickens. Plus, the work sessions will be broadcast for the first time ever.
This week’s virtual West St. Paul City Council meeting was punctuated by moments of silence amid some good news of proclamations and recognitions as well as the not-so-usual business of COVID-19 response.
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.