City Pulse - News <![CDATA[Law firm audit]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Friends, frenemies and enemies]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Help, not arrests]]> The idea is similar to an initiative started in May by the Gloucester, Mass., Police Department. By August, The Washington Post reported recently, 109 addicts had been helped into treatment programs through the Glouchester Initiative. That program is funded by a partnership between public and private agencies.]]> <![CDATA[Eyesore of the week]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Unpaid bills?]]> <![CDATA[Gingerbread 'abyss']]> ]]> <![CDATA[New in town]]> ]]> <![CDATA[It ain't pretty]]> <![CDATA[First clerk]]> ]]> <![CDATA[City Attorney won’t face subpoena]]> THURSDAY, AUG. 20 — The Lansing City Attorney will not face a subpoena request from the City Council’s Committee on Ways and Means. After a sometimes contentious and vocal meeting at city hall yesterday, Judi Brown Clarke, a city councilmember at large and chair of the committee, said she felt the situation with Janene McIntyre, the city attorney, had been resolved.]]> <![CDATA[High-rise uproar]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Eye candy of the week]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Vitale force]]> ]]> <![CDATA[The 'stroll' goes on]]> ]]> <![CDATA[New in town]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Up close and personal]]> <![CDATA[The cheap issue]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Updated: ‘Trivial,’ decries Bernero]]> MONDAY, Aug. 17 — The Lansing City Council Committee on Ways and Means is considering a subpoena of the city attorney, Janene McIntyre, if she doesn’t show up for a meeting Wednesday, Chairman Judy Brown Clarke said today.]]> <![CDATA[The compensation gap]]> <![CDATA[DeWeese defends record]]> ]]>