The rules dealt with illegal immigration, in an effort to combat what the ACLU calls President “(Donald) Trump’s mass deportation agenda.” Local ACLU activists met with East Lansing Police Chief Jeff Murphy in weeks prior to ask the department to implement the rules.
With no plans presented, City Council hears more public support and criticism of Center City District05/10/2017 11:55pm
East Lansing residents, active in city matters of various importance and scale, showed up again at Tuesday night's East Lansing City Council meeting, this time to question the city over the proposed $132 million Center City District development.
Wary and curious of the $132 million development proposed for the heart of the city he’s called home since childhood, Marvin Dunn showed up to Lotsa Stone Fired Pizza Monday evening to get a better sense of what might be.
The developers decided not to present in front of council, wanting more time for community feedback in order to cement a well-received project.
MSU alumnus Russell “Russ” Palmer, CEO of the Philadelphia-based private investment group, The Palmer Group, gifted $2 million toward the construction of MSU’s planned Business Pavilion.