Friday, Aug. 12 — At-Large Lansing City Council candidate Rory Neuner is appealing to local, statewide and national progressive groups. The 4th Ward Progressives, Equality Michigan Pride PAC and the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund all announced endorsements for Neuner’s campaign this week.
Friday, Aug. 12 — Monday’s Lansing City Council agenda is thin, but the Committee of the Whole, scheduled to meet directly after Council, will discuss two land-sale proposals for the former Red Cedar and Waverly golf courses.
Tuesday, Aug. 16 — A seemingly harmless late item added to the City Council’s agenda Monday turned into a heated debate and a failed resolution to allow a Council member to donate money to a local community group.
Wednesday, Aug. 17 — Rob South, a news reporter with WKAR Radio, was let go Monday in a round of budget cuts at MSU’s public television and radio organization, which may be as much as $800,000 in debt, according to sources.
Monday, Aug. 22 — Lansing City Councilwoman Kathie Dunbar said tonight that the Council will attempt within the next week to draft ballot language asking voters again to approve a millage increase for police, fire and roads services Nov. 8.
Friday, Aug. 26— Look for the Lansing City Council to approve some ballot language at Monday’smeeting that will ask city voters again to increase the millage rate forpolice, fire and road services. The proposalwould appear on the Nov. 8 General Election bal...
Monday, Aug. 29 — Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero assured voters tonight that another millage increase approved by the City Council — the second such proposal Lansing voters will weigh in on in six months — is even more necessary this time around.