For the first time in more than a year the West St. Paul City Council chambers returned to normal with Council members and staff at the table and room for a full audience. It was also a return to business as usual with the agenda comprised of mostly routine items.
Mostly routine business at the upcoming West St. Paul City Council meeting as well as another opportunity to expand sidewalks in the city.
“2021 will be the year of construction, like no other year.” Here’s a rundown of the development and construction projects in West St. Paul.
An estimated 350 people descended on the West St. Paul city hall for this week’s City Council meeting. The hot topic on the agenda? The Wakota Life Care Center’s expansion.
The proposed expansion of the Wakota Life Care Center on Robert Street was denied unanimously by the Planning Commission this week. It comes before the City Council on Monday and it might get heated.
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.