Green Paint And Pigeon Birth Control In St. Paul Downtown St. Paul has been getting a facelift ahead of the Republican National Convention. This means filling vacant storefronts with high-end retailers on short term leases, recruiting street musicians though they're normally banned, bolting down trash bins and planters. There're even spray-painting the leaves green and feeding birth control to the pigeons.
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Green Paint And Pigeon Birth Control In St. Paul

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Green Paint And Pigeon Birth Control In St. Paul

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Downtown St. Paul has been getting a facelift ahead of the Republican National Convention. This means filling vacant storefronts with high-end retailers on short term leases, recruiting street musicians, bolting down trash bins and planters. There're even spray-painting the leaves green and feeding birth control to the pigeons.

Laura Yuen reports for Minnesota Public Radio.