East Lansing’s parking system is “barely making it” financially. So how can the City lower the perceived barriers to parking downtown? ELi’s Alice Dreger reports on the discussion this week at Council.
A ballot proposal on a deer cull; more free parking downtown; the City’s approach to plea bargains; redevelopment downtown: all this and more will be discussed by East Lansing’s City Council on Tuesday.
Ruth Beier is signaling in word and deed that she intends to be a different kind of mayor than her predecessor, at least in certain respects. What have we seen changing in East Lansing under her leadership?
In a surprise move, East Lansing City Council will consider asking voters to sell a public piece of land to MSUFCU for a new office building downtown. ELi's Alice Dreger has the scoop, including the land's appraisal.
Can East Lansing's City Council and DDA agree on what to do about the publicly-owned Evergreen Avenue properties? An unusual meeting brought forward some conflicting perspectives. ELi's Chris Root reports.