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.
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.
City Council is ready to declare a climate emergency and is moving forward with a townhouse development on the former golf course.
West St. Paul will consider joining 16 other Minnesota cities in declaring a climate emergency and consider a townhouse development during Monday’s City Council meeting.
Dumped on for decades and then buried for a golf course, a wetland and creek in the middle of West St. Paul will be restored. The project will include a waterfall, boardwalk and looping trails to be completed by the end of 2022.