For the first time in nearly 30 years, West St. Paul will be represented by a new legal firm.
West St. Paul’s City Council changed law firms for city attorney services for the first time in nearly 30 years. They also discussed an occupancy extension for Net Ministries, with some pushback from a former Council member.
The proposed mental health crisis center dominated the meeting, though a public hearing and final vote won’t come until December 12. Other topics included zoning for intoxicating THC specialty stores and the city’s newest K-9.
Discussion at the West St. Paul City Council meeting included the Parks Master Plan and community center study, shopping for a city attorney, and the 2023 budget.
A potential community center, shopping for a city attorney, and the budget will all come up for discussion during the West St. Paul City Council work session, with a public hearing for next year’s road projects and alcohol and tobacco compliance checks during the regular meeting.
Street maintenance and marijuana regulation moved forward at the West St. Paul City Council. Discussion covered potentially removing stop signs at the Butler and Stassen intersection and some tense but postponed discussion over possibly shopping for a new city attorney.