The West St. Paul City Council approved a resolution encouraging mask wearing, ran into confusion over prevailing wage requirements on city projects, and took the first step to reduce the number of required public hearings.
A garage mural featuring a black power fist and a rainbow is cited by the city, another home owner challenged sign ordinances and (sort of) won, and school board candidate yard signs face complicated rules.
A fence with the words ‘Black Lives Matter’ is being painted over for violating city ordinances that limit any words or pictures on fences.
The West St. Paul City Council meeting made history in passing a conversion therapy ban. The city also relaxed a chicken ordinance, previewed the 2021 budget, and learned more about the Town Center One project (sorry, no brew pub).
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.