West St. Paul held its third virtual City Council meeting during the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics included updates on pandemic impacts and a pair of projects on the former Thompson Oaks golf course.
Business as usual for the West St. Paul City Council this week, with the swearing in of a police officer, honoring a Leap Day centenarian, progress on sidewalks/trails, and maybe a new Starbucks.
The West St. Paul City Council recognized Black History Month, launched a housing rehab program, and took some heat for how last month’s meeting was handled.
Monday’s West St. Paul City Council meeting has a relatively brief agenda, mostly focused on housing rehab with a proclamation for Black History Month.
The proposed expansion of the Wakota Life Care Center on Robert Street was denied unanimously by the Planning Commission this week. It comes before the City Council on Monday and it might get heated.
The Planning Commission voted unanimously to deny a proposed expansion by the Wakota Life Care Center, citing concerns over the medical classification, the size of the building, and the parking situation.