With the omicron variant of COVID-19 surging, West St. Paul City Council will consider enforcing a mask mandate. Other agenda items include ordinance changes to require fewer public hearings and allow free-standing solar power units, as well as appointing residents to city committees.
With a minimal agenda for the regular West St. Paul City Council meeting, most of the action came during the Open Council Work Session, with updates on the Annapolis reconstruction project, the Thompson Oaks wetland restoration, redistricting, and charter changes.
The first West St. Paul City Council meeting of the year will be short and sweet. The interesting discussions will come during the Open Council Work Session with updates on Thompson Oaks, Annapolis, and redistricting.
West St. Paul City Council took the first steps to regulate marijuana, discussed a new West St. Paul Days, two drive thrus were approved, and a townhouse project moved forward after some consternation.
Busy night for the West St. Paul City Council with six public hearings and discussion on big topics including a new Celebrate West St. Paul Days event and recreational marijuana.
West St. Paul City Council swore in two new police officers, gave initial approval to a new townhouse redevelopment plan for the former golf course, and began the process to limit specialty tobacco retailers.