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Wednesday, October 19,2011

Dedication to 'dedicated'

Does Carol Wood’s opposition to selling a portion of Red Cedar Golf Course contradict her support for selling green space near downtown in 2000?

by Andy Balaskovitz
However, contrary to its appearance back then, the park was not on the city’s inventory of “dedicated” parkland. Without such a designation ' and to some neighbors’ frustration at the time ' voter approval was not necessary for the city to sell off the land.
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Wednesday, October 19,2011

Eyesore of the week

by Nyssa Rabinowitz
Architecture critic Amanda Harrell- Seyburn says: At first glance the secondstory windows on 918 N. Larch Street appear to be mistakenly askew ' windows should be symmetrical, right!? Quirks like this are typical in this type of vernccular...
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Wednesday, October 12,2011

Same-sex benefits costing state all of $600,000

by Kyle Melinn
He’s aware of HB 4770, which passed the state House last month 64-44. It would ban the state or any other public employer from offering benefits to same-sex or opposite-sex live-in couples who are not married. The bill now sits in the Senate, where its passage in the Republican-controlled body is likely.
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Wednesday, October 12,2011

LCC chairman denies violating Open Meetings Act

Secret ballot on Oliver Towers?

by City Pulse
Meyer told the committee: “I polled every member this afternoon. This decision was made this morning, I polled every member and have concurrence with the exception of one that was a voicemail and has not gotten back to me yet but I think that will be fine too because he and I had talked earlier about this.
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Wednesday, October 12,2011

Lansing occupied

Setting the stage for an occupation at the Capitol this weekend

by Andy Balaskovitz
What started out as advertisements by the instigative, Canadian-based magazine Ad Busters has grown into a global social movement protesting the distribution of wealth and the grip on democratic politics held by the few (1 percent) with economic strength.
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Wednesday, October 12,2011

Sympathizers and naysayers

by Andy Balaskovitz
“I think we’ve got to keep the momentum going because it’s impossible to translate the issue of the greed of Wall Street into one demand, or two demands. We’re talking about a democratic awakening.
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Wednesday, October 12,2011

Weekend Survival Kit program returns

Volunteers, community leaders pull together to continue weekend food supplement program for area schools

by Nyssa Rabinowitz
R a m o s , along with a team of community o r g a n i zers includ- Ramos in g Pa u l Shaheen of the Ingham County food systems group, Kathe Smith from the Mid-Michigan Food Bank and Randy Bell from Ingham County MSU Extension, have been meeting regularly to try and sustain the program, which ended in August.
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Wednesday, October 12,2011

Lansing casino is 'not a realistic expectation,' experts say

Legal experts say bringing a tribal casino to Lansing faces huge hurdles

by Nyssa Rabinowitz
“I don’t see any possibility of a tribal casino being allowed to be constructed in the city of Lansing,” said Robert Stocker II, chairman of the gaming practice group at Dickinson Wright law firm in Lansing. The group deals with both Indian and commercial gaming issues and MGM Grand is listed on the firm’s client list on its website.
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Wednesday, October 5,2011

Lansing radio battles through the static

Corporations call the shots in the new age of broadcasting

by Rich Tupica
How times have changed. After a number of corporate buyouts, much of the local on-air talent in Lansing (and beyond) is gradually being replaced by nationally syndicated shows that are recorded and produced in other regions of the country. Yet, somehow radio is still clinging to the “live and local” ideal.
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Wednesday, October 5,2011

Eye candy of the week

by Amanda Harrell-Seyburn
The latest addition to East Lansing’s Chesterfield Hills Neighborhood, 359 University Drive completed in April 2011, is a traditional two-story style house that is aesthetically pleasing to our traditional tastes and environmentally friendly. It is a superb example of the evolution and success of today’s green building design.
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