The West St. Paul City Council had a quick meeting with routine business, approving a body art establishment, discussing alley maintenance, and rejecting absentee ballot drop boxes.
West St. Paul City Council discussed their vision for the Hy-Vee property, met with prosecutors working with West St. Paul Police, and formally recognized Juneteenth.
The West St. Paul City Council covered a lot of ground this week, including the future of the former Hy-Vee/YMCA property, No Mow May, and battling catalytic converter thefts.
City Council is ready to declare a climate emergency and is moving forward with a townhouse development on the former golf course.
West St. Paul City Council swore in a new police officer, started conversation on public art policy, made a change to require fewer public hearings, and got a glimpse at the 10-year financial forecast, including proposed levy changes.
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.