SPECIAL ELI REPORTING
“There was a firearm within four feet of me,” a student who rushed to help a teacher told the East Lansing Public Schools Board of Ed. “I had no clue.”
If the “test” area for a new form-based zoning code works out, it could be implemented in other parts of East Lansing, too.
A long-time East Lansing resident says her son was racially profiled by the library director, and she wants the director removed from her position. What comes next is not clear.
You’ve got questions about why East Lansing’s Council just did what it did. We’ve got answers.
Big shake ups in city administration were approved at Tuesday’s Council meeting.