Developers undertaking the large Red Cedar redevelopment project just over East Lansing’s western border are looking for permission from the City of Lansing to work around the clock. East Lansing's Mayor Mark Meadows is alerting area residents about this.
MDOT is set to spend $300,000 along Michigan Avenue, west of Harrison Road, in conjunction with the big sewer project there. An open-house on Thursday provides residents and businesses an opportunity to learn more and weigh in.
Harrison Road will be closed where it crosses the railroad tracks just south of Trowbridge Road today through Friday for emergency repairs by Canadian National Railway. ELi's Anaiis Rios-Kasoga relays detour information for drivers.
East Lansing Director of Public Works Scott House provides an update on the Coleman Road extension project, which is now expected to get underway in September. Contractor C&D Hughes brought in the low bid and has been awarded a $3.6 million contract.
Developers from Royal Apartments and Vlahakis Development will ask Thursday for another round of extensions on their exclusive deal to purchase and redevelop publicly-owned land on Evergreen Avenue. We bring you a special report from ELi's Alice Dreger and Chris Root.
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.
Following negative reactions from Glencairn homeowners who would face what they view as graffiti-style art, the East Lansing Arts Commission will look at locations other than the north wall of the Hannah Community Center.
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.