Council Condemns House, Allows Pumpkin Parking

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

What did City Council do this week? Condemned a house, followed a wish to have free parking during the Great Pumpkin Walk, set a tax exemption hearing, and much more.

Rental Property Compromise Reaches Council

Sunday, October 23, 2016

After years of tension, EL City Council looks ready to vote on two new ordinances that will let EL landlords improve their "nonconforming" properties.

Big Book Sale Marks Celebration

Thursday, October 20, 2016

This weekend marks the first Big Book Sale after a year of renovations at the East Lansing Public Library, and kicks off Friday afternoon with a dedication of the brand new Marsha Bristor Friendshop where Friends of the ELPL will sell used books year-round.

As Voter Rolls Surge, City Clerk Seeks More Election Workers

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Following a voter registration surge, City Clerk Marie Wicks is looking for more Election Day workers. ELi's Val Thonger and Ken Sperber explain the details—and the joys—of being an Election Inspector in East Lansing.

Faith-Based Coalition Works for Social Justice in the Community

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

This Thursday, October 20, Action of Greater Lansing invites the public to join them as they discuss social justice issues in the Greater Lansing area including Civil Rights for Immigrants, Children’s Health, and Accessibility.