The West St. Paul City Council relaxed mask requirements at city hall and passed measures to loosen restrictions on tattoo parlors and liquor stores. The city also proclaimed June as LGBTQIA Pride Month and the Women of West St. Paul collected a trunkful of period supplies.
West St. Paul City Council had a light agenda this week with just Crusader Avenue reconstruction on the regular agenda and parking minimums on the work session agenda.
The West St. Paul City Council will meet on Monday for the first official meeting with new City Manager Nate Burkett and a light agenda that covers 2022 street projects and parking minimums.
The West St. Paul City Council approved changes to the Town Center One project, discussed lowering parking minimums, talked economic development strategy, and approved a search plan for a new city manager.
Monday’s City Council meeting will include a change to a big project and progress on several city initiatives, including hiring a new city manager, reducing parking minimums, and economic development plans.
This early morning work group will cover topics including sidewalk gaps, proposed no parking, Carrie Street, and a housing rehab program.