The second virtual meeting of the West St. Paul City Council went smoothly, thanks to a lighter agenda and a lack of public comments.
The City of West St. Paul will be hosting their virtual City Council meeting for the second time on Monday with a pretty light agenda.
This week West St. Paul held their first ever virtual City Council meeting in response to the social distancing required by the coronavirus. The biggest issue was a proposed repeal of the prevailing wage ordinance, which was ultimately denied.
Monday’s meeting will be physically closed to the public but interaction happening virtually. Business includes a repeal of the prevailing wage ordinance, the North Gateway project, and more.
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.
An estimated 350 people descended on the West St. Paul city hall for this week’s City Council meeting. The hot topic on the agenda? The Wakota Life Care Center’s expansion.