Public Works

Companies Told They Must Pay for Sidewalks on Coleman Road

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Residents on the northern edge of the City asked Council to require developers to install sidewalks along undeveloped properties on Coleman Road. This lead to a lively Council debate about balancing competing interests.

Documents Show MSU President Critical of BRT

Friday, August 12, 2016

Letters uncovered by a group critical of CATA's Bus Rapid Transit plans show MSU's President Lou Anna Simon has been a long-running skeptic of the project.

City: Help Us Locate Lead Water Pipes

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

The City of East Lansing is asking residents to help figure out where there are lead-containing water pipes. Eli spoke with City Infrastructure Administrator Ron Lacasse to learn more.

Judge Rules Against BWL in Tree Trimming Case

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Ingham County Judge Clinton Canady has ruled against BWL in the electrical utility's lawsuit against East Lansing homeowners Richard and Conni Crittenden.

Storm Debris Amount Rivals Ice Storm

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Debris pick-up from the July 8 storm is wrapping up and DPW is returning to normal operations. What will happen to all those downed trees, what will the cleanup cost, and can residents get help with replanting trees along the street? We found out.

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