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Wednesday, April 3,2013

'Sidewalk to Nowhere' on the ropes

With a deadline Tuesday, the Waverly Road sidewalk project envisioned by the Bernero administration may not happen

by Andy Balaskovitz
A sidewalk project along Waverly Road — a goal of the Bernero administration for over two years — may not happen unless Lansing Township and Ingham County agree by Tuesday to help pay for it.
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Wednesday, April 3,2013

The solution?

Proposed Niowave pole barn solution: brick, fake windows, a painted roof, $200,000

by Sam Inglot
A proposed solution to the Niowave Inc. pole barn controversy features a brick fašade on two walls, fake windows, a parking lot and landscaping, at a cost of $200,000.
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Wednesday, April 3,2013

Development problems

A city contractor and tax abatement beneficiary has been late on paying taxes, but says the redevelopment of the Holmes Street School will be completed this summer

by Sam Inglot
The redevelopment of the former Holmes Street School into a high-tech workplace is scheduled to wrap up this summer. But the project's completion comes after years of late tax payments and delays due to the economy from a developer who has received tax abatements and money as a city contractor.
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Wednesday, April 3,2013

The pendulum has swung

How the Republican Party is pillaging Michigan's natural resources

by Walt Sorg
Si Quaeris Peninsulam Amoenam Circumspice: If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you. It is the official motto of a state now advertising itself as a "19-million-acre playground that’s Pure Michigan."
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Wednesday, April 3,2013

Healthy soil in your backyard

Time to prepare your backyard gardens — here’s how

by Dylan Sowle
Wednesday, April 3 — The Allen Neighborhood Center has already been hard at work this year teaching gardening and small-scale agriculture in an urban area. On Saturday, it continues that effort with a “Soil Care in Home and Community Gardens” workshop at the Hunter Park GardenHouse.
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Monday, April 1,2013

Kids in the Hall

Budget hearings round 1: Fees and revenues

by Andy Balaskovitz
Monday, April 1 — The Lansing City Council kicked off its weekly budget hearings under President Carol Wood tonight with a look at how the Bernero administration proposes bringing in new revenue to the city.
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Monday, April 1,2013

Newest LCC house won’t be demolished

Former headquarters of Michigan Sheriffs Association purchased by LCC

by Sam Inglot
Monday, April 1 — This is not a joke: One of the newest buildings purchased by Lansing Community College won’t be demolished, but future plans for the structure are still up in the air.
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Friday, March 29,2013

'We're not doing enough'

Mayor Bernero budgets for a cold-case detective

by City Pulse Staff
Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero announced Monday that he wants to create a new position in the Lansing Police Department dedicated to unsolved homicides. He cited a March 18 City Pulse cover story as his inspiration.
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Friday, March 29,2013

Council night

Council starts budget deliberations Monday

by Andy Balaskovitz
Friday, March 29 — The Lansing City Council will begin its weekly budget hearings Monday night, starting with fees and revenues proposed by the Bernero administration.
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Thursday, March 28,2013

Wood: computergate not over

City Council president says controversy over Kathie Dunbar’s computer is not resolved

by Andy Balaskovitz
Thursday, March 28 — Lansing City Council President Carol Wood said Wednesday she believes a controversy surrounding Councilwoman Kathie Dunbar’s city-issued laptop computer is not over. She will continue to seek answers.
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