The West St. Paul City Council heard from residents about an ongoing racial harassment issue, appointed citizens to committees, and covered a number of other topics.
On Monday the West St. Paul City Council will make appointments to committees and consider a range of city business, including translation, sidewalks, town hall meetings, finances, and more.
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.
Creativity is blossoming in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are some examples of West St. Paul residents being creative.
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.
There are 10 slots on various city committees where terms are expiring and new members could potentially be appointed. So apply now!