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Continued: St. Paul City Council approves controversial $800,000 settlement with Como Park cafe

  • Article by: KEVIN DUCHSCHERE , Star Tribune
  • Last update: August 28, 2014 - 3:49 PM

• Approved an ordinance requiring retailers to sell inexpensive cigars in packs of five, and to charge at least $2.10 for single cigars. The purpose of the ordinance, which was opposed by retailers and tobacco sellers, is to discourage young people from obtaining cheap ­flavored cigars.

• Approved a series of three ordinances designed to keep residents informed of new housing construction in their area and to hold contractors responsible for containing the impact of construction sites in the neighborhood. The ordinances are a response to the growing number of teardowns in the city.

 

Kevin Duchschere • 651-925-5035

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