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Tuesday, August 3,2010

Kids in the Hall

City developments, public comment dominate City Council meeting

by Andy Balaskovitz
The majority of Tuesday’s Lansing City Council meeting didn’t feature the Council at all, but rather input from the public on today’s elections and local goings-on.
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Friday, July 30,2010

Another feather for REO Town

Land Bank sells old Ramon’s Restaurant to developer

by Andy Balaskovitz
New developments in REO Town keep pouring in. The latest is an agreement between the Ingham County Land Bank and a local environmental consultant to transform the old Ramon’s Mexican restaurant at 1146 S. Washington Ave. from asbestos-filled blight with natural skylights (holes in the roof) to a multi-use retail center.
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Wednesday, July 28,2010

The GOP marathon

by Kyle Melinn
State Sen. Tom George became an official candidate on Jan. 27, 2009. U.S. Rep. Pete Hoekstra toyed with the race in January ’09, too, but waited two months before taking the plunge. Ann Arbor venture capitalist Rick Snyder had formed his exploratory committee the week prior.
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Wednesday, July 28,2010

Race for 7th

by Kyle Melinn
The three-candidate GOP field in the 7th Congressional District, which includes Delta Township and Eaton County, consists of Tim Walberg, Michigan’s most conservative member of Congress in 2007 and 2008; Brian Rooney, a former attorney for the...
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Wednesday, July 28,2010

9 seek to replace Jones

by Kyle Melinn
Whether it’s the so-called "Democratic Tsunami" of 2006, the Barack Obama Wave of Change in 2008 or voter-rich Delta Township/Grand Ledge’s changing demographics, Democrats see hope in this Eaton County seat. The county Board of Commissioners, for the first time in eons, has a Dem majority, after all.
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Wednesday, July 28,2010

Replacing Judge Giddings

by Kyle Melinn
James Giddings' departure from the Ingham County bench because he has reached the mandatory retirement age of 70 is opening up a rare vacancy on the 30th Circuit Court.
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Wednesday, July 28,2010

Endorsement

We're for Virg

by City Pulse
Who would have believed a year ago it would come down to this? That Lt. Gov. John Cherry — the runaway Democratic primary frontrunner, the presumptive nominee — would drop out eight months before election? That a congressman (Bart Stupak), a successful businesswoman who&rsq...
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Wednesday, July 28,2010

Debating the 55th seat

by Neal McNamara
On July 8, the four candidates running for Ingham County 55th District Court Judge gathered at the HOM-TV studios in Okemos for a debate. But rather than talk of jurisprudence, most of the debate focused on the efficiency of the court. Candidates Randie Kay Black, Patrick Crowley and Pau...
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Wednesday, July 28,2010

Feedback

by Readers
I also don’t consider myself a member of the “Eastside Living” group you describe as uniquely qualified 60-somethings. I respect and admire the people you identify in this group who put their heads together to get a Community Development Block Grant. However my head has never been in communion with them to develop a plan or get any grants.
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Wednesday, July 28,2010

Virg Watch

Tracking the money

by Andy Balaskovitz
With less than a week until the gubernatorial primary election, the big news out of the races this week is the campaign contributions for each of the seven candidates. Democratic candidate Virg Bernero’s spending budget is roughly half of his opponent, Andy Dillon.
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