The West St. Paul City Council held a series of public hearings, passing ordinances on catalytic converter theft, fraudulent gift cards, commercial vehicle parking, a marijuana moratorium, and more. They also discussed park cleanup and the Bike & Pedestrian Plan.
There will be six public hearings on the schedule for Monday’s City Council meeting, including the marijuana moratorium, catalytic converters, and mayor/council salary increase. There will also be a first look at the Bike & Pedestrian Plan update.
While the state legislature opened the door on edibles and other hemp-derived products, West St. Paul City Council shut the door with a temporary moratorium while they work out regulatory issues. The Council also approved townhouses on the former golf course on a split vote.
New townhomes and edibles will consume the West St. Paul City Council agenda on Monday.
Absentee ballot drop boxes and alley maintenance are the big items on the agenda for the West St. Paul City Council.
A new development of 58 townhomes is proposed for the eastern portion of the former Thompson Oaks golf course along Oakdale Avenue in West St. Paul.