Header-lansing_1.jpg
 
Home » Articles »   By Andy Balaskovitz
 
 
Monday, March 18,2013

Public broadcasting cuts

WKAR reporter one of several layoffs at MSU Broadcasting Services

by Andy Balaskovitz
Wednesday, Aug. 17 — Rob South, a news reporter with WKAR Radio, was let go Monday in a round of budget cuts at MSU’s public television and radio organization, which may be as much as $800,000 in debt, according to sources.
Read more
Monday, March 18,2013

REO Town gets federal boost

City lands federal transportation grant to make Washington Avenue in REO Town more attractive

by Andy Balaskovitz
Wednesday, Aug. 17 — The city of Lansing announced today a $326,100 grant from the federal Department of Transportation that will go toward enhancing Washington Avenue through REO Town.
Read more
Monday, March 18,2013

Kids in the Hall

Another millage increase is in the works for the next fiscal year. Red Cedar plan now up to voters.

by Andy Balaskovitz
Monday, Aug. 22 — Lansing City Councilwoman Kathie Dunbar said tonight that the Council will attempt within the next week to draft ballot language asking voters again to approve a millage increase for police, fire and roads services Nov. 8.
Read more
Monday, March 18,2013

Millage revisited

City Council appears likely to approve a new ballot proposal on Monday

by Andy Balaskovitz
Friday, Aug. 26— Look for the Lansing City Council to approve some ballot language at Monday’smeeting that will ask city voters again to increase the millage rate forpolice, fire and road services. The proposalwould appear on the Nov. 8 General Election bal...
Read more
Monday, March 18,2013

Kids in the Hall

Another millage hike up to voters: What’s different this time?

by Andy Balaskovitz
Monday, Aug. 29 — Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero assured voters tonight that another millage increase approved by the City Council — the second such proposal Lansing voters will weigh in on in six months — is even more necessary this time around.
Read more
Monday, March 18,2013

Making Knapp's more historic

Council to hold public hearing on establishing an historic district for the Knapp’s building

by Andy Balaskovitz
Friday, Sept. 9 — The Lansing City Council is scheduled to hold a public hearing during Monday's meeting on establishing a historic district for the Knapp’s building downtown.
Read more
Monday, March 18,2013

Kids in the Hall

Historic restoration and tributes

by Andy Balaskovitz
Tuesday, Sept. 13 — The only excitement out of Monday’s Lansing City Council meeting came during the first 10 minutes as Council meagerly waded through its agenda, waiting for a quorum before it could take any action.
Read more
Monday, March 18,2013

Council night

City Council to discuss FY13 budget priorities Monday night

by Andy Balaskovitz
Friday, Sept. 16 — Not much is on the Lansing City Council’s Monday agenda, but stick around after the meeting for a Committee of the Whole session, when the Council is scheduled to discuss budget priorities for the next fiscal year.
Read more
Monday, March 18,2013

Kids in the Hall

A rough season ahead for those receiving state assistance

by Andy Balaskovitz
Monday, Sept. 19 — It’s going to be a rough fall and winter for those scheduled to lose cash assistance from the state starting Oct. 1, the director of Lansing’s Human Relations and Community Services Department told the City Council tonight.
Read more
Monday, March 18,2013

Council night

An Oliver Towers letter; snow and ice removal assessments; and three ordinances for passage on Monday’s City Council agenda

by Andy Balaskovitz
Friday, Sept. 23 – The proposed development agreement between the city and Davenport University to swap land involving Oliver Towers is now on file in the City Clerk’s Office, as is a letter from the chairman of Lansing Community College’s Board of Trustees.
Read more
 
 
 
 
: Please Configure.
 
Search Archive
Search Archive:
 
 

© 2014 City Pulse

City Pulse. 2001 E. Michigan Ave. Lansing, MI 48912.
Phone: (517)371-5600. Fax: (517) 999-6066.
E-mail: publisher@lansingcitypulse.com

 
Close