Tuesday, April 11 — At its Monday meeting, the Lansing City Council held a public hearing on what businesses that can operate during the medical marijuana dispensary moratorium, unanimously approved eight tributes and heard an update from the Capital Area Transportation Authority on a study for a new bus route connecting downtown Lansing and Meridian Mall.
Saturday, April 16 — Proposed plans for Lansing’s Parks and Recreation Department for the upcoming fiscal year include temporarily closing the Moores Park pool, turning certain maintenance duties over to Ingham County and reducing forestry services by 15 percent.
The City Council will vote tonight on a revised list of medical marijuana businesses that can operate in Lansing during the six-month moratorium. One business threatens to go to court if it is excluded.
Monday, April 18 — One medical marijuana dispensary out of nearly 40 operating in Lansing may have to shut down if the City Council approves amendments to the city’s medical marijuana moratorium at tonight’s meeting.
Friday, April 22 — Sparrow Health System will no longer hire smokers starting May 1.The policy will apply to all applicants but will not affect current employees, Sparrow spokesman John Berg said.“This is about the health and wellness of our community. This is about us taking a...