City Attorney Tom Yeadon is now recommending City Council vote to settle a lawsuit Yeadon brought against a man he also threatened to arrest over a driveway. ELi's Alice Dreger brings the latest in the saga.
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.
Revised estimates indicate that the net revenues from East Lansing’s new income tax will likely generate two-thirds of what had been predicted in 2016. ELi’s Alice Dreger reports on the reasons and the impact.
The pay scale for census workers has been raised and more help is needed to ensure East Lansing doesn’t lose federal and state funding because of an undercount. The financial stake for this city is high.
After a decade of waiting to fix the Oakwood sewer problem in conjunction with expected redevelopment, the City’s Director of Public Works is recommending the $3.5M project happen now. ELi’s Chris Gray reports.
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.