Eviction notices have gone out at a West St. Paul apartment complex in the midst of complaints about property maintenance and safety. Residents reported broken elevators and going without heat all winter, claims management denied.
West St. Paul City Council recognized police officers and fire fighters for saving a life, approved a new parking lot design for Heritage, and had another closed session on the Hy-Vee property, among other business.
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.
The West St. Paul City Council learned about a ground breaking new mental health program for firefighters, officially expanded the Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Network, and addressed a brewing controversy over anti-abortion signs.
Routine business for Monday’s West St. Paul City Council meeting, including a presentation on South Metro’s new mental health program, some incoming/outgoing grants, and an interesting rental license issue.