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Friday, March 15,2013

On LSD

Lansing School Board wants to avoid a Niowave-like situation as it considers selling excess property

by Sam Inglot
Friday, March 15 — A medical laboratory has offered to buy a vacant school building from the Lansing School District. As the school board discussed the sale at a work session Thursday night, some members wanted to make sure the company wouldn't expand on the site with an unsightly addition like Niowave Inc. did in the Walnut Neighborhood.
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Thursday, March 14,2013

Financial Health Team wraps up work

Long-term, regional recommendations approved

by Sam Inglot
Thursday, March 14 — The city’s mayoral-appointed Financial Health Team has approved recommendations to alter city employee health care and pension systems and significantly change the way some city services are provided in an effort to stop chronic budget deficits. One suggests looking at selling City Hall.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Savage controversy

by City Pulse Staff
Below are letters both in support and against City Pulse's new advice columnist, Dan Savage. If you would like to add your thoughts, feel free to comment below or, if you would like it considered for our print edition, email managing editor Andy Balaskovitz at andy@lansingcitypulse.com.%uF...
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Update: Artist admits to Capitol graffiti

Jeffrey Handley says he plans to plead guilty to charges

by City Pulse Staff
Wednesday, Sept. 12 — Lansing artist Jeffrey Scott Handley admitted to vandalizing the Capitol Building and a nearby memorial shortly after being arrested and released on bond today.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Election coverage 2012: Endorsements in Meridian Township

by City Pulse Staff
Tuesday, Oct. 30 — In Meridian Township, we support candidates who reflect a commitment to practical solutions, inclusiveness in a very diverse township, and greater transparency and openness.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Update: ‘Food Fight’ winners announced

Team of city employees wins charitable food donation contest for third year in a row

by City Pulse Staff
Wednesday, Nov. 28 — A team of city of Lansing employees is putting together a dynasty in competitive charitable food donating.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Virg on TV

Lansing mayor scheduled to appear on City Pulse TV show to discuss consolidation concept, the city’s budget outlook and Right to Work

by City Pulse Staff
Monday, Dec. 10 — Tune in to “City Pulse Newsmakers” this weekend for an appearance by Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero, who will address the topics of consolidating local units of government, the city’s budget outlook and statewide Right to Work legislation.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Developing: RTW at the Capitol

Updates keep coming in on Right to Work protests at the Capitol

by City Pulse Staff
Tuesday, Dec. 11 — Thousands were gathered inside the Lansing Center by 8 a.m. this morning to organize for a march to the Capitol by 9 to protest pending Right to Work legislation.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

More GM production coming to Lansing

General Motors Co. is reportedly bringing production of Camaro to Lansing

by City Pulse Staff
Wednesday, Dec. 19 — General Motors Co. reportedly plans to move production of its Chevrolet Camaro sports car from Canada to the company’s Grand River assembly plant in Lansing.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Phase one wraps up

Second phase of voting in Top of the Town awards starts in March

by City Pulse Staff
Wednesday, Feb. 6 — The first round of the 2013 City Pulse/WLNS Top of the Town awards closed Tuesday night, but the contest is far from over. In March, for the first time ever, the top five nominees will go through one last round in the “Final Five” round.
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