Colonial Village Neighborhood Association will not have its annual Meet the Candidates event this year. Here is an opportunity to meet the candidates: ENO Candidates Night, hosted by Eastside Neighborhood Organization, Room 213 Foster Community Center, 200 N. Foster on October 4, 2017 at 6 pm - Meet & Greet. 6:30pm - Question & Answer Session begins. ENO has invited the candidates for City Council Ward #2 & Ward #4, At Large City council members, City Clerk and Lansing Mayor.
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Many thanks to the sponsors and volunteers who made our Colonial Village Summer Picnic and Classic Car Show a special event. The Lansing School District Visitor Center is a wonderful venue for our picnic. We ate over 300 hotdogs, viewed … Continue reading
Earlier this month neighbors in the 1600/1700 block vicinity of Loraine left their garage door open and a snow blower and a lawnmower were stolen. A blue pick-up truck was noticed in the neighborhood.
If you have any information about this robbery or notice any suspicious activity in your neighborhood, please call the Lansing Police Department at 517 483-4600
The Lansing City Council will be meeting Monday, August 14th, 7:00 pm. at the City Hall Council Chambers. They will be voting on the Rezoning Request for Victor Avenue. This would rezone the property west of the street behind Hobart/Walker (the old gun shop location) to the first house on the south side of Victor from single family residences to duplexes. Currently this property is wooded lots. The rezoning would allow a developer to build three duplexes on the property. At the June 2017 Colonial
The City of Lansing Committee on Development and Planning is meeting Monday, July 17th , 4:00 pm. at the City Hall 10 th Floor Conference Room. They will be discussing the Rezoning Request for Victor Avenue. This would rezone the property west of the street behind Hobart/Walker (the old gun shop location) to the first house on the south side of Victor from single family residences to duplexes. Currently this property is wooded lots. The rezoning would allow a developer to build three duplexes on
LANSING, MI – The City of Lansing announced a new matching grant opportunity for commercial, mixed-use, and office spaces outside of the downtown area. The Targeted Façade Improvement Matching Grant Program will provide up to $15,000 in one-to-one reimbursed matching funds for new permanent structural and aesthetic improvements in critical areas of the City. Go to: LEAP Website “The Façade Improvement Matching Grant program is a targeted strategic effort aimed at improving the
Spring and summer bring thoughts of colorful and beautiful flowers and, oh yeah, fresh vegetables too. Want your kids to have a summer of fun they won’t forget while learning where their food comes from too? Check out the Colonial Village Neighborhood Children’s Garden at Elmhurst School. Call: Amy 517 281-0478 or Brian 517 930-0013 for more information.
The Lansing Parks Board receives complaints throughout the year about deer in city parks and neighborhoods. Park Board members have begun to study the issue and gather information. "Our goal is to create scientifically sound data that will allow the board to facilitate neighborhood programs about co-existing with the urban deer herd and for population control, especially for containment of Chronic Wasting Disease." according to Parks Board member James McClurken.. A special sub-committee of
Prizes were awarded to contest winners. Thank you to four young creative writers who submitted entries to the first CVNA writing contest. The contest was for children ages (6-8) (8-11) and ages (12 & 13). Each winner received a prize of $15. Congratulations to: Emily Putman, Makenna Smieska and Allyric Patterson. Audrie Cook received a prize and honorable mention for her story. Click here to read the winning stories. Writers were to choose one of the following topics to write
CVNA History: Did you ever wonder when, why and how CVNA got started? Who started it and what was the purpose? Get answers to these questions and much more by reading the association’s history, years 1998 – 2016, recently written by CVNA’s volunteer historian and past president Anita Beavers.