Public Works

City’s Crews Deal with Water Main Breaks

Monday, January 8, 2018

Water flooding the road suddenly? That's a sign of a water main break. East Lansing's engineer-administrator Ron Lacasse explains what happened with one in Glencairn last night, and explains how to report a suspected break.

New Comprehensive Plan Moves Toward Adoption

Thursday, December 21, 2017

While East Lansing’s new Comprehensive Plan has been years in the making, it looks like it may move through the final stages of approval relatively quickly in early 2018.

Council Begins Deliberations on Budget Cuts and Revenue Options

Thursday, December 14, 2017

East Lansing's City Council agreed Tuesday night to keep the festivals going this coming summer and to keep Fire Station #2 open, but there was not a lot of other consensus among Councilmembers on where or how to start cutting the budget. ELi's Chris Root reports.

Council Discusses Major Budget Cuts, Following Income Tax Failure

Monday, November 27, 2017

Sell the Hannah Community Center, parking system, and soccer fields? De-fund social services for seniors and persons with disabilities? Ask the voters for a property tax increase? Council has started talking about what to do, now that the income tax proposal has failed.

As Demolition Proceeds, Surprises Revealed

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

ELi's Alice Dreger reports why the hole at 100 West Grand River Avenue still isn't filled in, and the developer's representative explains the challenges of trying to work with the City of East Lansing on getting a project built.

What's Going on Now with the Center City Project? (UPDATED)

Thursday, October 19, 2017

What’s up with the Center City District project, set to transform a large chunk of East Lansing’s downtown? Why is Parking Lot #1 now open and why are there various trucks there? And what is the project looking like economically for City taxpayers?

East Lansing to Accept Styrofoam Recycling Products

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Thanks to two grant awards from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, the City of East Lansing will be able to accept Styrofoam for recycling this fall. Rosalind Arch has the story.

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