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KCC RMTC Plans $4.3 Million Remodel, Clears Lansing Subcommittee
KCC says that on Wednesday, the project received formal authorization by the Joint Capital Outlay Subcommittee in Lansing, with the subcommittee also approving $2.15 million in state matching grants. The matching grants will combine with $2.15 million from the college's own dedicated capital mi…
Who Would Run Lansing?
If the person leading the mayor race in Lansing is receiving 32% of his funding from outside of Lansing you must ask the question who would be running Lansing if he were to win.
The Lansing State Journal is reporting that 32% of the money in his campaign war chest has come from outside of Lansing...
Another Michigan Coal Plant Bites the Dust
A coal plant in Delta Township, west of Lansing, will be shut down by 2025.
The coal burning plant, Erickson, is owned by Lansing Board of Water and Light.  The BWL is a municipally owned utility, providing drinking water, electricity, steam and related services to the Greater Lansing area.
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Lansing Are You a Sanctuary City or Not?
Just when we were starting to forget about our confusion over the City of Lansing declaring themselves a “sanctuary city”, but not really defining what that meant, the City of Lansing goes and throws a monkey wrench into the debate.
As William Shakespeare famously wrote:&n…
Mayor Bernero, Sanctuary Cities and Tucker Carlson Show
The Mayor of Lansing Virgil Bernero was on the Fox News Show Tucker Carlson Tonight to discuss the Lansing City Commission vote to become a Sanctuary City last Monday.
That vote by the way was unanimous 6 – 0.
Tucker wanted to discuss Attorney General Jeff Sesson’s plan to withhold federal Department …

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