“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.
This week’s West St. Paul City Council meeting was mostly routine business. Some of the more interesting discussion happened during work sessions, including an update on the North Gateway project and debate on the prevailing wage ordinance.
The first City Council meeting of 2020 was relatively quiet, with a nod to local baseball and discussions on a community pollinator garden, expanded ice arena, and legislative priorities.
West St. Paul’s Planning Commission considered a proposed apartment on the former golf course and heard opposition from neighbors.
More than 40 people attended the second longest meeting in the past year, where the council decided to return basketball hoops to Haskell and Oakdale Parks.