Maplewood officials vote on short term rental, urgent care center

Maplewood City Council members in a meeting on Tuesday heard the first readings for three ordinances and approved 10 appointments to city commissions and boards.

Council members approved the first votes for the following. The third and final votes will take place at the next meeting, on April 24.

  • To grant a conditional use permit to Michael Coffey for a short term rental at 7736 Weaver Avenue.
  • To grant a conditional use permit to Erin Slankard to operate a hair salon at 7276 Manchester Road. Slankard and c0-worker Dale Rouggly are buying out Bouffant Daddy owner Jeff Noble.
  • To amend a planned unit development to allow an urgent care facility, Go Health, to open a location at 2015 Maplewood Commons Drive. The care center is partnered with Mercy Health.

Of the 10 appointments to various boards and commissions, Dan Noonan was reappointed to three: Civil Services, Parks and Recreation, and Planning and Zoning.

Before the regular council meeting the officials had a work session meeting to discuss a Great Rivers Greenway path through the city, which is still on the table.

See also: Maplewood P&Z OK’s short term rental, business permit, urgent care center


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