All on Council stood behind the law's intention. But Ruth Beier called it "another ordinance we can't enforce," and worried it will cost hundreds of thousands of dollars in lawsuits. The City Attorney says we will find out if East Lansing lacks jurisdiction.
The opening of the new Center City parking garage on Albert Avenue was supposed to trigger the start of ground lease payments by the developer to the City of East Lansing. So where's the money? ELi's Alice Dreger reports.
City Council member Aaron Stephens has proposed an ordinance to ban the practice of LGBT conversion therapy on minors in East Lansing’s city limits. ELi's Andrew Graham explains what's in the proposed law and what it could mean for East Lansing.
Developer Paul Vlahakis and his team went to Planning Commission and the Downtown Development Authority this week, to try to solidify their proposal for the Evergreen Avenue properties. What happened? ELi's Alice Dreger reports.
An East Lansing Police clerk accidentally mass-emailed two unredacted arrest reports to the department's media list. ELPD Deputy Chief Steve Gonzalez says ELPD is reviewing the situation to figure out how this happened.
With lots still missing from the newest Royal Vlahakis proposal, and details still uncertain, Planning Commission is being urged to recommend permanently rezoning the Evergreen Avenue properties for big redevelopment. ELi's Alice Dreger reports the latest.
City Council recently discussed whether to again make some marijuana uses count as misdemeanors (crimes) in East Lansing. But where did this idea come from, and who thinks it's a good (or bad) idea? ELi's Andrew Graham and Alice Dreger report.
The City of East Lansing recently bought a 26-acre parcel. Now voters will be asked on the November ballot to agree to let Council sell all or part, as Council sees fit. ELi's Brad Minor and Alice Dreger report.