Via Lansing State Journal  After months of not much activity, Lansing residents heard more details about the proposed development of the former R...
In City Pulse feedback section, GLHC Executive Director Katherine Draper discusses housing study and how voicing their concerns can benefit area residents
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Lansing State Journal piece gives update on redevelopment projects in Greater Lansing
A Lansing State Journal editorial discusses how planned developments for the Michigan Avenue /  Grand River Avenue development projects may impac...
Residents share thoughts on proposed improvements to Greater Lansing

State News coverage of the regional charrettes held in three locations across the region.

GLHC Executive Director Katherine Draper invites community members to share their concerns at series of Housing Focus Groups
Lansing State Journal coverage of Walkability Audit by Mid-MEAC, AARP and the City of Lansing
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Michigan Energy Options will be conducting an energy study for businesses along the Michigan Avenue/ Grand River Avenue corridor as part of the MMPGS
Huge townhouse project proposed across from MSU campus
Via Lansing State Journal Dawn Parker A large condominium development friendly to older students, empty-nesters and seniors is being proposed ...
Michigan Avenue: Connecting the Corridor
Via Lansing State Journal  Lindsay VanHulle Thousands of us drive along Michigan Avenue, Grand River Avenue and M-43 on a daily basis. For m...
Via Lansing State Journal  Tri-County Regional Planning Commission Executive Director Susan Pigg sat down with Lansing State Journal for a Googl...
Foodies will want to get a taste of Lansing during Restaurant Week
Via MLive By Bradley MacDonald  Lansing, while home to plenty of politicians and museums, is also home to lots of restaurants—and w...
BWL's REO Town plant fuels next generation of power
Via Lansing State Journal Steven Reed  The Lansing Board of Water & Light trades a chunk of its coal-fired past for the clean burn of a g...
Ready for the fair? Head to Eaton County July 8 to 13
Via Lansing State Journal Rachel Greco Corn dogs, elephant ears, big plastic cups full of lemonade and fresh cut, deep-fried French fries. Eaton Co...
East Lansing's Patriarche playscape to be a first of its kind in Mid-Michigan
Via Lansing State Journal  Dawn Parker  When the new playscape at Patriarche Park is completed late next summer, it will have fun and inn...
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