It’s mostly routine business for the West St. Paul City Council on Monday night as they award small business grants, discuss Moreland Avenue reconstruction, learn about ranked choice voting, and more.
Monday’s West St. Paul City Council meeting should be relatively short (famous last words). The main items on the agenda are next year’s budget, an errant fence, and a business subsidy.
The West St. Paul City Council will consider tax increment financing for two redevelopment projects, one of the final steps before these projects can move forward.
West St. Paul City Council has a full docket for Monday’s meeting, including public hearings on two separate proposed apartment projects, a change to the chicken ordinance, and a conversion therapy ban.
After more than three months of virtual meetings due to the pandemic, the West St. Paul City Council will be meeting in person again. There’s a lot on the work session schedule, including the proposed housing project at the former K-mart site.
The only thing on the agenda for Monday’s West St. Paul City Council meeting is the consent agenda, which includes a review of the police department’s Use of Force policy.