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COVID-19 aid will pay for physical improvements, and a proposed ordinance aims to make it easier to crack down on scofflaw building owners.
Saura Jost declared winner of St. Paul's Third Ward race, cementing city's historic all-female council
The new council, among the city's youngest and most diverse, will be sworn in early next year.
After tallying ranked-choice votes, they are declared winners in the city's First and Seventh wards.
Two races won't have declared winners until Friday, due to ranked-choice voting, but women of color lead in both contests.
Women were leading contests in all seven wards, meaning that St. Paul could have an all-women council for the first time in the city's history.
If passed by voters, the tax would raise nearly $1 billion for streets and parks over 20 years.
The announcement Friday closes a chapter in the roller-coaster saga of one of St. Paul's oldest homes, which was nearly destroyed at the start of the year.
Under a sweeping set of changes to the zoning code, duplexes and triplexes will be allowed on almost any lot.
A problem with the county's electronic payment system charged some residents and businesses twice this month.
Inflation, city fees and state funding levels all play a role as city leaders set the tax levy — and determine your share of the bill.