The upcoming West St. Paul City Council meeting includes public hearings for a few popular measures—relaxing the chicken ordinance and a conversion therapy ban (maybe?)—as well as an early look at the 2021 budget.
The longest meeting since January covered the proposed K-mart apartments, chickens, a conversion therapy ban, and cleaning up West St. Paul.
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.
This huge potential development in West St. Paul is getting a lot of attention. Here are some of the issues and our take on the project.
On Tuesday, July 7 at 6 p.m. there will be an informational meeting at the former K-mart to learn about the proposed apartments at the site.
The first in-person West St. Paul City Council meeting in three months included discussion of policing and proposed apartments at the former K-mart site.