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Lansing police, fire could face big cuts By KEVIN GRASHA

Lansing police and fire departments face significant cuts if a proposed property tax increase is not authorized by voters, Finance Director Jerry Ambrose told City Council members March 14. Between 150 and 200 city positions — many of those police officers and firefighters — would be eliminated to help close a $20 million budget gap, Ambrose said. No final decisions have been made, Ambrose said, but officials said as many as 60 firefighters and 60 police


The city of Lansing’s general fund budget has seen chronic deficits in recent years as spending commitments have outstripped city resources, such as property taxes and state aid. City leaders are preparing a fiscal 2012 budget that will be Lansing’s smallest since 2001. 2001 $98 million 2007 $109.8 million 2010 $117.2 million 2011 $109.4 million 2012 $98 million (projected)

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Official: Rejection of tax proposal may bring 120 layoffs officers could be laid off. Other cuts include eliminating road reconstruction projects and sidewalk maintenance as well as more furlough days for non-emergency city employees. The May 3 ballot question would allow the council to raise $8.5 million. Ambrose also raised the possibility that about $7 million in state revenue sharing could be restored. Police Chief Teresa Szymanski said in a statement that the cuts would make it impossible to maintain the level of street patrols now in place. Instead of having 17 to 19 officers deployed at any one time, there would be 13 to 15, she said. Initiatives like community policing, school resource officers and the department’s motorcycle division would likely be reduced or eliminated, she said. See

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Big Reds repeat as regional champions By SCOTT YOSHONIS |

FOWLERVILLE — Sexton won a Class B regional title for the second consecutive year. And the Big Reds did it with one good half of basketball for the second straight game, a 65-51 win over Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard at Fowlerville on March 16. Tyrin Wade led the Big Reds with 17 points and Denzel Valentine added 16 for Sexton, which advances to play Dearborn Divine Child in the quarterfinals at Marshall Eastern beat on March 15. at final, 46-44 Despite his team’s slow start, Sexton Page 6 coach Carlton Valentine said that the win was a big one. “I’m happy for the guys,” Valentine said. “I’m happy for the family, the Big Red community and our guys. They’ve worked hard and they deserve it.” The Big Reds never trailed, but the Fighting Irish stayed right with them in the first half, thanks in large part to sophomore Myles Lockridge scoring 17 points in the first two quarters. Sexton opened the game on a 5-0 run and held the Irish at arm’s length for most of the half until a late Irish run closed the gap to just one, 31-30 at the break. The Big Reds took control in the third quarter, led by Wade, who scored just four of his points in the first half, but


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Sexton’s Tyrin Wade drives past Darren Washington of Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard for two of his teamhigh 17 points during the Big Reds’ 65-51 win. ignited his team’s 11-2 run to start the second by scoring the first seven of those 11 points himself. “I just wanted to be more aggressive than I was in the first half,” Wade said. “I kind of relaxed, and played defense and rebounded for my team.” See Sexton/page 5

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By KATHLEEN LAVEY | The Lansing school board met in two closed sessions the night of March 15: The first to consider a legal opinion regarding Superintendent T.C. Wallace Jr.’s authority to hire and fire top administrators; the second to discuss specific issues with Wallace and his attorney. The result was a commitment by the board and Wallace to improve the way they work together. Members seek “There were no issues left on the clarification of table without some who has work plan to address them,” Walauthority over lace said after the administrators meeting. “Nothing changes in the work we have to do.” The nine-member board is looking for ways to cut costs, facing up to a $30 million deficit in its $185 million budget for the 2011-12 school year. That puts administrators as well as teachers and support staff on the potential layoff list. At the heart of the issue discussed Tuesday was a legal opinion requested by one or more board officers regarding who has the power to authorize contracts for seven key district administrators. The board members have been divided on who should exercise authority on issues such as length of contract and compensation over

the deputy superintendent, human resources director, chief academic officer, chief financial officer, chief operations officer, director of special services and director of communication. Their salaries range from $102,000 to $120,000. The board did not disclose the contents of the legal opinion. At its March 3 meeting, the board voted to suspend a policy adopted in 2007 for communicating with the superintendent. Among the 10 points in that policy: • No individual board member has the authority to direct the superintendent. • Only one school employee, the superintendent, reports to the board. Not all board members agreed with the move to request a legal opinion, however. “Some board members wanted to get a legal opinion about his contract and some other board members, including myself, wanted to get a second opinion,” said member Ken Jones. He said he believes Wallace is doing a good job. Board member Amy Hodgin said she was frustrated that previous attempts to meet with Wallace to discuss the issue were unsuccessful. Nicole Armbruster, appointed in January, said she felt the meetings took steps toward clearing the air. Board President Shirley Rodgers said, “There were things that we had to resolve, and I believe there was some direction, and Dr. Wallace is going to be providing us with some more information.”

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Lansing officials have returned from a $25,000 trip to India feeling confident about their efforts to convince a manufacturer to build a major plant in the city. Mayor Virg Bernero, three people from the Lansing Economic Development Corp. and two international trade consultants spent 3 ½ days in Mumbai and Pune, India. They returned March 14. The trip was funded by the LEDC, a quasi-governmental agency that receives funding from the city of Lansing, tax revenue and other sources. The money came from an unfilled position at the LEDC. The organization left the

position empty because it expected it would have to be eliminated in the next budget year. Officials would not name the company involved but said it already has a presence in the area. They expect the company will make a decision on where to expand in the next three to four months, said Bob Trezise, president and CEO of the LEDC. Bharat Forge America, owned by Pune’s Bharat Forge Ltd., makes forged engine and chassis components and other nonautomotive parts in Lansing. But a local company official has said it was not involved in the Lansing trip. Trezise said Lansing is competing with other communities, in-

cluding one whose officials are meeting in Germany with the unnamed company. “There’s a lot more work to do and they’re looking at a variety of places,” Trezise said. “But boy, did we really get more than in the door.” The city group met with company officials, toured their facilities and pitched Lansing’s assets. “Just the fact that we were able to personally meet with the CEO, formally and informally at his home for dinner, is incredible,” Bernero said. “That was why we took the extraordinary step of going all the way to India, because rarely are you going to be able to have that level of access.” Trezise said he has a vacant

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abatements, but avoided promising several business tax incentives that would be eliminated under Gov. Rick Snyder’s budget proposal. Snyder in February proposed replacing the state business tax with a 6 percent corporate income tax and eliminating several business tax incentives, including those often used by Lansing to lure businesses. Bernero and Trezise were accompanied by Ken Szymusiak, LEDC director of business investment and incubation; Greg Ward, chair of the LEDC board of directors; and two representatives of Global Perspectives LLC, an international trade consulting firm with an office in Birmingham.

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Sexton: Second-half surge for win Valentine said Wade’s timely surge was the turning point of the game. “It was huge,” Valentine said. “He’s our leader, he’s been our leading scorer all year, and if he does well in the first half, we do well in the first half. He’s got to put two good halves together

for us.” The Big Reds’ defense also came up big in the third quarter, allowing just four points, both on tipins by Richard’s 6-foot-10 senior Darren Washington, and taking the previously red-hot Lockridge completely out of the game. Richard’s Luther Page launched a three-quartercourt heave at the third-

quarter buzzer that went in but was judged to have been taken after time had expired. Page, however, began the fourth with a three-point play that started a 7-0 Richard run, cutting Sexton’s lead to five points. That would be as close as they would get, as the Big Reds went on a 9-2 run from there to take the lead back to 12, 55-43, and

cruised to the regional title. Richard coach Pete Schoch said the key to the second half was Sexton playing at an increased tempo.

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Great Start honors associate director for work in area EAST LANSING — Lucy McClintic, associate director of Head Start and early childhood programs for Capital Area Community Services in Lansing, was named the recipient of the Great Start “Fierce Heart” Award at a ceremony recently at the Kellogg Hotel and Convention Center. The annual award, established by the Early Childhood Investment Corporation (ECIC), honors an individual who works tirelessly to improve the lives of infants, toddlers and preschoolers in his

or her community and across the state. It was presented for the first time in 2009 to Rich Van Tol, director of early childhood programs for the Saginaw Intermediate School District. In a pay-it-forward twist, Van Tol was charged with selecting this year’s winner. “When I started to make a list of the people I most respect and admire, she was at the top of the list,” Van Tol said of McClintic. “When we started a new Early

Head Start program in Saginaw County, she was incredibly generous with her time. She had the program before many of us, but she was always there, not just for me, but for many others across the state in the same situation. She’s always been a positive voice for our early childhood work.” ECIC is a public/private initiative working to restructure Michigan’s investment in children from birth to five through state and local community efforts. Michigan’s 54 Great Start Collaboratives —

which serve all counties in the state — are the local infrastructure for the Great Start initiative, bringing together parent leaders and community decision-makers from diverse sectors — education, business, clergy, law enforcement etc. — to create and implement a plan to foster school readiness. McClintic is a graduate of Michigan State University. She taught in the Detroit, Portland and Capital Area schools and was education coordinator for Capital Area

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CALEDONIA — Eastern showed throughout the state tournament what it can do when it plays with tenacity and that “will-to-win attitude,” coach Rod Watts talks about. The Quakers also showed how hard it is to sustain those things, especially when playing against the defending Class A state champion. Cha Cha Tucker scored a gamehigh 14 points, but Kalamazoo Central knocked Eastern out of the state playoffs for a second straight year in a 46-44 loss on March 16. “It’s tough because we came so close and it felt like one more possession, and the game was ours,” Watts said. “We had a feeling that this game might go down to the wire.” Watts was spot on with that assumption, and what a breathtaking finish it was. After trailing by no more than seven points throughout, Eastern stormed back late in the third quarter to take a two-point lead heading into the fourth. Clinging onto a one-point lead with just under 40 seconds remaining, Tucker was fouled and went to the line, where he split a pair of free

Late goaltending call is difference in 46-44 defeat throws to give Eastern a 44-42 lead. Kalamazoo Central responded by tying the game at 44 with 18 seconds remaining on a putback basket by senior TJ Buchanan. Eastern dribbled the clock down and Tucker fired a deep three-point sho that fell off the mark. The Maroon Giants secured the rebound and heaved a half-court pass to senior Daquavion McCants-Wilson who went up for a lay-up, which appeared to be blocked. But instead, both goaltending and a foul was called, giving Kalamazoo Central a two-point lead. The Quakers would have one last chance with 1 second remaining but a full- court heave was off the mark, and the celebration was on for the Giants. “It was a tough call at a tough time,” Watts said of the goaltending call. “It looked like it was a block from my point of view, but the refs have to make the best call they can make, and that was it.” Buchanan led Kalamazoo Central with 12 points, while McCants-Wilson

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Fire Chief Tom Cochran said in a statement that the cuts to his department would result in longer response times for fires and other emergencies. Three of the city’s eight fire stations could close. Ambrose’s cuts assume that the budget deficit will be $20 million. In an interview, Councilman Brian Jeffries said that number is likely inflated and makes

assumption such as every vacant city position being filled. Still, Jeffries said the budget situation is so dire, there may be no choice but to cut public safety. Residents, he said, should brace for a reduction in services. The city, Jeffries said, has not effectively dealt with a structural deficit for the last several years. “We haven’t made cuts that actually change the structure,” he said, adding:

“We kept putting band-aids on it, hoping next year is going to get better. I don’t think the city of Lansing can get away with that anymore.” For the last five years, public safety has been spared from significant budget cuts, Ambrose said. Since 2007, Ambrose said, police-fire department staffing has decreased less than 4 percent, compared with a 26 percent reduction for the rest of the city’s work force.


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Area students to compete nationally in robotics EAST LANSING — Several middle school and high school students from Michigan will be heading to Florida’s Walt Disney World Resort next month-but not for spring break. They will be competing in the VEX Robotics World Championship. On Feb. 26, 20 high school teams and five middle school teams competed in the VEX Spartan Robotics Challenge held on the Michigan State University campus. Now, the winning teams will be heading to Florida for the VEX Robotics World Championship, April 14-16, at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, a 220-acre sports facility at Walt Disney World

Resort. The VEX Robotics Design System offers students an exciting platform for learning about areas rich with career opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math. Using the VEX Robotics Design System, students build innovative robots and compete on a 12-foot by 12-foot playing field. These projects encourage teamwork, leadership and the development of problem-solving skills. The VEX Spartan Robotics program is sponsored by and mentored by MSU’s College of Engineering, Recruitment and K-12 Outreach. Winning teams from the Feb. 26 tournament are the ThunderChickens, a high

school team from Utica Community Schools, Sterling Heights, Mich.; Get ‘Em Tigers, a George Washington Carver Academy middleschool team from Highland Park, Mich.; and the VEX Raptors, Haslett Middle School, Haslett. The Haslett Middle School team also won the Excellence Award, the highest award presented in the VEX Robotics Competition. The recipient of this award is a team that exemplifies overall excellence in building a well-rounded VEX robotics program. Other teams winning awards at the Feb. 26 competition were: the Motorheads from DeWitt High School, DeWitt, for Robot Driving Skills; and Ro-

bots for Dummies, a middle school team from George Washington Carver Academy in Highland Park, Mich., for Programming Skills. These five teams will advance to the World Championship in April. Also heading to the World Championship in April will be three other local teams sponsored by MSU’s College of Engineering:


• Sexton High School’s Math, Science, and Engineering Magnet Academy; they qualified at a Feb. 12

tournament at De La Salle Collegiate High School in Warren, Mich.


• DeWitt High School; they qualified at a Dec. 18 tournament at Cranbrook Middle School, Vaughan Campus, in Bloomfield Hills, Mich.

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• Lansing Catholic Central High School; they qualified at a Jan. 8 tournament at Wayne State University in Detroit The 2011 VEX Robotics World Championship will

include top teams from more than 200 VEX Robotics Competition tournaments that took place in cities around the world from May 2010 to March 2011. An MSU team of 10 students has also qualified to compete in April at the VEX Robotics World Championship, in the college division. For more about the VEX Robotics World Championship, visit /2011-vex-robotics-worldchampionship.html. — From Michigan State University

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Future of Lansing ‘aerotropolis’ is unclear Airport project hinges on tax incentives Snyder wants to cut By MELISSA DOMSIC

DeWITT TWP. — Local officials are in a holding pattern over plans for an “aerotropolis” at Capital Region International Airport. The economic development project hinges on tax incentives Gov. Rick Snyder wants to eliminate. Officials from DeWitt Township and the city of Lansing in January announced they were applying for a Next Michigan Development Corp., or “aerotropolis” designation, which allows municipalities to use tax incentives to attract manufacturing, distribution, technology and other businesses to the airport property. The program was created by state legislation passed in December. But last month, Snyder proposed a budget that would replace the state business tax with a 6 percent corporate income tax and eliminate several business tax incentives, including those for brownfield rede-

velopment and renaissance zones. It’s unclear how Snyder’s proposal would affect the aerotropolis project, but the main benefits of the program revolve around incentives such as brownfield redevelopment tax credits or renaissance zones, which eliminate most state and local taxes in a designated area for a certain period of time. “A blanket approach to eliminating incentive tools may have some very negative, unintended consequences,” said Lansing Finance Director Jerry Ambrose. At this point, the city and township will continue working on a 425 agreement for land, tax and services sharing. The airport is in DeWitt Township. Many tax incentive programs, such as a tax abatement on new personal property, are available in Lansing but not the township. A 425 agreement would allow those incentives in the township. “With every great idea,

there’s challenges that you have to overcome,” said Rodney Taylor, DeWitt Township manager. “This is a tough point for the state and ... we need to give the state a fair opportunity to make the adjustments they need to make.” Bob Selig, executive director of the Capital Region Airport Authority, which


oversees the airport, said he is preparing a “notice of intent” for the Michigan Economic Development Corp. DeWitt Township delayed a public hearing originally set for March 14 to discuss a 425 land, tax and services sharing agreement with the city he’ll submit by March 31. It’s of Lansing. A new date has not been set. the first step in applying for the Next Michigan DevelopOffiicials originally said the aerotropolis would cover the 2,000-acre ment Corp. designation. airport property and land within a mile of the airport. But state “My hope is that some or legislation would only allow the zone to include land owned by the all of those incentive packages are going to survive,” airport and properties south of the airport along Grand River Avenue. he said.

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We’ve had a great Reading Month so far. There is still time to finish the activities on your March is Reading Month calendar. Prizes for those children completing ten or more activities will be available at the beginning of April.


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programs for three different age groups. These eight-week spring sessions run from the first full week in April through the last full week in May. For the youngest kids (ages 6-18 months), we have Babies and Books on Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. Toddler Storytimes (ages 11/2-3) are on Wednesdays, one at 9:30 a.m. and one at 10:30 a.m. Preschoolers (ages 3-5) meet on Tuesdays at 10 a.m. or Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. While all storytimes are free, we do ask that you sign up in advance as we have limited space and materials to prepare. Remember that when the weather is nice, children can work off a little energy on the Foster Center playground before or after storytime. On Tuesdays, the Foster Community Center gym is open from 10:30 a.m.-noon at a cost of $1 per child.

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Our book discussion groups are great places to interact with other readers and be introduced to books you might not pick up on your own. Our evening group will be meeting

Wednesday, April 6 at 7 p.m. to discuss the Jeeves books by P. G. Wodehouse. The afternoon group will get together on Thursday, April 7 at 1 p.m. to talk about “The Bridge of San Luis Rey” by Thornton Wilder. Copies are available

through the library and new members are always welcome. The Foster Library, a Capital Area District Library, is located at 200 N. Foster Ave. For information about our hours, programs

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Poultry-EggsSupplies 125 ISE-BROWN, LAYING HENS Farm fresh eggs. Call 517-543-2973.


SAMSUNG 46" FLATSCREEN LCD/ HD TV & BlueRay System, home theatre system w/5 speakers & sub-woofer, oak ent. center. Excellent cond. Asking $1,000 for all. Paid $3600. 989-640-0146.


ALFALFA GRASS-EXCELLENT A BED QUEEN PILLOWTOP mattress set, new in plasHay $3 & up. Can deliver. tic, $200. Call 517-410-4921. 517-641-6034 Can deliver. GOOD QUALITY GRASS HAY A TEMPERPADIC/STYLE No rain. $2.50/bale. Mason MEMORY FOAM MATarea. 517-285-9338. TRESS SET Queen, newnever used, as seen on TV, GRASS ALFALFA MIX with warranty. Cost Square bales, $3.00. $1,800, Sell $695. Can De517-625-3230. liver 989-832-2401. MM

HAY 1st & 2nd cutting, sq. or A AMISH LOG HEADBOARD AND Queen Pillow Top round. Also wheat or oat Mattress Set. Brand newstraw, sq. or round. Eagle never used, sell all for area. 517-202-2371 $275. 989-923-1278. MM STRAW FOR SALE $2/bale. Mason area. Call 517-930-8948


GLIDER ROCKER good condition, glider loveseat, good condition. 517-5745077

Items Under $99

100% SEASONED HARDWOOD $65 face. Ash, Cher- JACK LALANNE ry & Oak - cut, split & deJuicer Pro. $60. livered. 517-490-0955 517-627-1270


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PREGNANT? CONSIDER ADOPTION—A loving alternative. Wonderful couples to choose from. Call for pics/information and choose your baby’s family and future. Expenses paid. 1-866-236-7638. 24/7. MM

MEDICAL MARIJUANA CERTIFICATION Only $100. Local Clinics Available now! NO MEDICAL RECORDS – NO PROBLEM Call a local clinic. N.W. 231-881-7420 N.E. 989-525-5700 U.P. 906-361-6100 Midwest 616-666-2000 Mideast 248-990-1234 michigan.marijuana.licens MM


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Neighborhood people. Neighborhood news.


Building Materials -Supplies

Building Materials -Supplies


Lansing FOR SALE OR LEASE Small 2 bdrm house, 1 blk from busline, completely remodeled, all new appliances incldg W/D, garage. $40,000. Call 517-394-3105.


Financial Relationship Representative

Wanted to Buy

This part-time position in our Lansing area branches is responsible for delivering professional service to our members by processing transactions; opening new accounts; providing account information; and sharing recommendations with members.

Day-Eve-wkend Classes Job Placement Assistance Class B Training (1 day) (517) 887-1600 Train Local Save Hassle

CottagesResorts For Sale

General Help Wanted ACT NOW! International company located in the Jackson area has created several openings for full time work. Must be 18+ and flexible Mon-Sat. Interviewing first 150 callers at 517-782-2900.


Musical Instruments

CampersTravel Trailers


Egress windows, sumps & crocks. For all your basement waterproofing needs call the pros.

Licensed & Insured Call 517-896-5692


Computer Sales -Service COMPUTER REVIVER: Upgrades, internet repair, virus, spyware removal, data rec. 30 day wrnty. Erik 517-484-6364. Housecalls.

Concrete Work GOT MUD? Call TomCo Asphalt for crushed asphalt or concrete placed & compacted. 517-676-5600.


Gary’s Drywall Finishing "Hang, Finish and Repair" 517-927-3853


Cleaning Service CLEANING SERVICES Commercial & Residential. Free Estimates. 517-648-0664

Fence for all occasions, light excavating, holes augered, bucket & pallet fork work. We clean up scrap metal for free.

For Free Estimate Call 517-669-8066

It’s not too late to find a buyer for your camping gear. See or Call LCN Toll Free 877.475.SELL

Home ImprovementRepairs

Floor Services

Mr. Natural’s Wood Floors • Refinishing • Repairs • Installation

FREE Estimates 393-0660 or 490-8696 Since 1988


ACTION CONSTRUCTION & REMODELING. Home Improvements, Painting, Bsmts, Decks, Handyman. Lic. & Ins. 517-339-2564

Masonry MASONRY RESTORATION Res/comm., historic. Repair brick, block & stone. Fndn/chimney repair/new. Lic. & Ins. 517-647-5380

Schools and Training 88% of our Students Work! New Horizons Computer Learning Centers of East Lansing has already helped several students this year find new I.T. or non-patient healthcare positions. Give us a call today and set up your free 20 minute career assessment to determine if we would be a solution toward helping you find a career in Michigan. Ph. 1888-413-7876. ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from Home. *Medical, *Business, *Paralegal, *Accounting, *Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. Call 877-895-1828 MM AIRLINES ARE HIRING— Train for high paying Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified—Job placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 877-891-2281. MM HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA FROM HOME. 6-8 weeks. Accredited. Get a Diploma. Get a job! FREE Brochure. 1 - 8 0 0 - 2 6 4 - 8 3 3 0 diplomafromhome .com MM

Painting-Papering -Plastering

DRIVERS-PAID CDL TRAIN ING & a stable Career! No credit check! No experience required! Trainers 517.322.4131 Trash removal earn 49cents/mile! 888PERFECTIONS. Appliances, brush, carpet, PAINTING 417-7564 CRST Expedited Int & ext. Quality work. wood, etc. Senior disc. MC References, free est. Eavestrough Cleaning. (517)332-3281 or 290-4187. GOVT JOBS - SERVE PARTTIME. Elite training. Great e pay & benefits. Sign-on boBest Pric nus up to $20k. $ for eduAround cation. Call 1-800-922-1703, M-F 9-3. MC


• Appliances • Brush • Carpet • Furniture • Metal Wood • Concrete • Shingles •

Senior Discount


Stump Removel

We offer competitive wages (min $11.09 per hour) and benefits including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, disability, paid vacation and 401(k). Apply online at: under the Careers tab or email



5 weeks of training on the following equipment: • Bulldozer •Backhoe • Excavator • Loader Cost: $5500 Location: Lansing Contact Steve Higgins at 517-321-8000 or

DriversTransportation Bus Driver Substitutes: Must have five (5) years driving experience; no point on current driving record; must pass physical and drug/alcohol screening; must have or be able to obtain a CDL Group B with air brakes and P/S endorsement; starting wage $12.49 per hour w/possible incentives. Apply online via Holt Public Schools webpage linke @ under "Job Listings External Candidates". All applications must be completed online before March 28. EOE.


Earn up to $80,000 per year. Ask about our free tuition. New location in Hastings.

AIRLINES ARE HIRING BENJAMIN Train for high paying AviaCALL 989-692-0560 STUMP REMOVAL tion Career. FAA approved (Formerly Bill’s Stump Reprogram. Financial aid if moval). Prompt service, qualified - Job placement DRIVERS WANTED: SOLO free estimates. Insured. Drivers, $2,000 Sign-On Boassistance. Call Aviation 517 285-7831, 517 625-5652 nus. Teams, $4,000 SignInstitute of Maintenance On Bonus. CDL-A HazMat, (877) 891-2281. MC 2 Years OTR. Call Now! 18 7 7 - 6 2 8 - 3 7 4 8 . ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from Home. *Medical MC *Business *Paralegal, *Accounting, *Criminal Justice. Job placement as- TEAM STRAIGHT TRUCK DRIVERS: Team Drivers sistance. Computer availaCommercial & Residential Needed For Our Fleet Ownble. Financial Aid if qualiers. Class B-CDL Required, fied. Call 877-895-1828 Great Miles, Great Pay, No • Tree Removal Touch Freight. Call 1-800MC • Stump Grinding 831-8737. MC

Tree Service

Timber Tree Services, LLC

TRASH, BRUSH, APPL. hauled Yard & build. clean up, trees & bushes trimmed. Low Prices! Mike 393-4664

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Selling an Item? See or Call LCN Toll Free 877.475.SELL

It’s not too late to find a buyer for your camping gear. See or Call LCN Toll Free 877.475.SELL

Land For Sale MUST SELL – Lender OREO Liquidation Sale- ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED: Commercial/Res 80 ac/ Lotz/Lotzford Rd. Canton, MI. 3 ac. Commercial Ann Arbor, MI. Condo sites; 50 ac. raw land Ionia, MI.

Lansing State Journal Motor/Porch Route Delta/Waverly Area $1130.00 Per Month The Lansing State Journal is accepting applications for an established Motor /Porch Delivery Route in the Delta/Waverly area. The route has a stable income of approximately $1130.00 per month. Delivery times are between 3:00 a.m and 6:00 a.m. You must live in the Delta/Waverly area. For more information or to apply, please contact Wayne Schuette at 3771288 or wschuette@

Medical Medical Billing Trainees Needed!

Hospitals & Insurance Companies Now Hiring!

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RN PROFESSIONALS Check us out! Memorial Healthcare of Owosso


Homes For Sale FREE FORECLOSURE LIST INGS Over 400,000 properties nationwide. Low down payment. Call now. 800880-2517 MM

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Ç 3 Bed/ 2 Bath Ç Over 1700 Sq. ft. Ç Newly Remodeled Ç All Appliances Ç Washer & Dryer Ç Central Air NO APP FEES! All Credit Considered & Financing Available Call Sun Homes at Kensington Meadows (888)-262-1683 Must close by 3-31-11! EHO

MUST SELL – Lender OREO Liquidation Sale- ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED: 32 lot sub. w/all utilities Belleville, MI. 37 res. lots w/utilities Uptown Village Milan, MI. 53 lot incomplete sub. Fenton, MI. 41 res. lots w/utilities Cross Creek Sub. Burton, MI.

Time Shares WYNDHAM RESORT Travel in US any week of the year. Home resort location LasVegas. Seller paying closing costs/attorney to handle transaction. $2,500. 989-640-3257

Mobile Homes For Sale GRAND LEDGE - 14’ x70’ w/expando. 2 bdrm., lg. full bath. 12’x22’ covered deck. Wood burning fireplace w/3 cords of wood. New kitchen appl. Washer /dryer. New drapes. $8,500. 517-455-6541

We are hiring Experienced RN’s for our Emergency, Surgery, CCU, Medical Sur) HOLT * gical and Homecare units. 2 bdrm., $1,800. If you are a star performer Little work needed. and team player with a Financing available. patient-centered attitude, / 866-694-0821 please email your resume OPEN HOUSE EACH Sun and cover letter to: hr@ noon to 4. 13047 Appletree, $144,900 3 bdrm, 2.5 BA, or FAX to 989-729-4965. Condominium, 2 Car Gar, IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 1988 Schultz 14x70 2 bdrm. EOE. No phone calls Bsmt, formal DR, DW, FR, 1 bath, semi furn., applianplease. Absolutely NO FP. (231)730-8781 ces, washer, dryer, new recruiters. or(231)739-3501 shed, located lot 73, view Estates, Portland, MI. Memorial Healthcare is a $9200/best. 989-831-4952 150-bed hospital with satellite ambulatory centers serving residents in Central Michigan. We are dedicated to providing Expert Care with the personalized Hometown Caring DELTA TWP. 5 acres. R Ethat our patients and their LAND CONTRACT DUCED. Heavy industrial, families expect and degreat location. Sale or serve. Memorial is a pro10% down lease. Land Contract availgressive hospital with a 1247 WILDFLOWER able. $139,000. 2600 Snow family-oriented, friendly Mason schools. 1523 Rd. 586-772-2759 or 810work environment. Sq. ft. new build. 3 BR, 772-6561. 2.5 bath, 2 car gar., hardwood & ceramic flrs, AC, realtors welcome. $144,900. 517-290-4829 Aurelius S. of Holt left on Gateway 4 ADJOINING PLOTS in GarDO YOU EARN $800.00 IN A den of Miracles, East Lawn DAY? Your own local canMemory Gardens, Okemos. dy route 25 machines and Value $7100, sell for $3500. candy all for $9995.00. All Please call 517-663-5364. major credit cards accepted 877-915-8222 Vend 3. MC 4 BDRM., 3 bath, 3,000 sq. ft., 2 story home on corner NOW HIRING: COMPANIES lot. 1719 Vassar Dr. New: Desperately Need Employroof, furnace, hardwood ees to Assemble Products floors & completely reat Home. Electronics, CD modeled bathrooms. ForStands, Hair Barrettes, SEE SOURCEADS.COM mal dining, gas FP, central OR CALL LCN TOLL FREE Many More. No Selling, air. 2 car garage. $195K. Any Hours. 1-985-646-1700 877-475-SELL 517-668-6484/517-243-0423 Dept. MI-1530. MM



Vacant Property

Cemetery LotsMonuments

Business Opport. Self Employment



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26 YEARS EXPERIENCE Hang, Finish, Texture Big & Small Jobs. Insured. Call Cheryl 517-204-3110


CAMPING MEMBERSHIP LIFETIME. Camp Coast to Coast USA/Canada $10/night (full hook-up). (Paid $1,595) Must Sell $595, 1-800-236-0327.


Basement Waterproofing

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• High School Diploma or GED • Six months of cash handling and/or customer service experience • Previous teller experience is a plus

Boats and Motors

Sporting Goods

BIKE - HARO 20’’, back trail DLX. $99. 517-645-0244

Qualifications include:

FAR ENOUGH TO get away but close enough to go often... Trailer & lot in Cedarshores Condo campground in Harrison. Beautiful park grounds, chain of 5 lakes, summer activities, older park model excellently maintained, 2 boats, boat trailer, shed, & full deck. MSTA. $15,000. 989725-5144.

WANTED: UNWANTED REMINGTON MODEL 4 cali- POLE BARNS MICHIGAN’S PIONEER POLE BUILDINGSFREE ESTIMATES-Licensed Largest Pole Barn Compaappliances, air conditionber 6 mil, Leopold X2, and insured-2x6 Trussesny (Built Best Barns) Best ers, cars, trucks, vans, scope, extra clips, 5 boxes 45 Year Warranty Quality, Best Service, Best farm machinery, lawn shells, case. $795. 349-3136 Galvalume Steel-19 ColorsPrice. This Week’s Specials mowers, campers, hot Since 1976-#1 in MichiganErected 24’x32’x10’water tanks, aluminum or Call Today 1-800-292-0679. $6995.00 30’x40’x10’steel boats, aluminum winMC $8995.00 30’x48’x12’dows or doors, aluminum $12,495.00 60’x120’x14’toppers, any types of alu$ 5 5 , 9 6 5 . 0 0 minum or steel siding, Licensed/Insured 1-8774 wheelers, go carts, trail- 12’ LONG, STRAIGHT STAIR 802-9591 MM ers, batteries. lift wanted. Please call: All picked up for Free. 517-372-1818 PIONEER POLE BUILDINGS Call 517-628-2818 Free Estimates. Licensed and Insured. 2x6 Trusses. A AARDVARK ANTIQUER WANTED: UNWANTED Selling an item 45 Year Warranty, paying cash for guns, appliances, air conditionGalvalume Steel—19 Coljewlery, furniture, art & SEE SOURCEADS.COM ers, cars, trucks, vans, ors. Since 1976 #1 in Michunusual & bizarre items. OR CALL LCN TOLL FREE farm machinery, lawn igan. Call Today 1-800-292517-819-8700 mowers, campers, hot 877-475-SELL 0679 MM water tanks, aluminum or steel boats, aluminum winMETAL ROOFS dows or doors, aluminum BUYING STERLING SILVER, HUSKY Standing Seam. Metal clocks, pocket watches, toppers, any types of aluShingles/Slate. All in quilts, Early oil paintings, minum or steel siding, Stock. Energy Star Qualiother nice things. John 4 wheelers, go carts, trailfied. $1000 Tax Rebate. 517-886-9795. ers, batteries. Largest Inventory in MichiAll picked up for Free. gan. Company Installers. Call 517-628-2818 CASH FOR GUNS , Art, AntiFree Estimates. Since ques, Jewelry, musical in1975! 800-380-2379. MM struments, Valuables. Call 517-204-2004/517-663-3931 COMPLETE MATERIAL POLE Building Package 24’x32’x8’-$3799.00 CASH PAID D iabet ic test 30’x40’x10’-$5599.00 strips. Area’s original, oldKAWI PIANO GOLDEN OAK 32’x48’x10’-$6799.00 Steel est buyer. Friendly & fair. 1979 EVENRUDE 41½"h x 57¾"w. Excellent roof, doors included, other 517-505-2726, 888-639-6179 longshaft, $650. cond. Incl. bench. $1,400. sizes available 810-841-1396. You move. 517-851-7235. CASH PAID Call Standale Post Frame Up to $15 per 100. Buildings Toll Free 1-800Call 517-292-0991 968-8201 MM


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Shop when you want! Visit for vehicles in the Lansing area. Audi Buick ’04 BUICK LESABRE $7275 P. seats/mirrors, split front seat, 29 hwy., tan, 104K Excellent condition 349-0118 PARK AVENUE 1999 $5800 1 owner, only 59K mi., lthr, well kept, very clean, no rust/dents 517-898-9217

Chevrolet MALIBU LTZ, 2010 $23,500 4,800 mi. Like new, heated seats, remote start. Excellent condition. 517-3934601 MALIBU MAXX 2005 $4,995 LOADED, sunroof, CD, remote start, warranty. Mint City 989-640-1899

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CAVALIER, 2005 $3995 2 dr., CD, 5 speed manual, super gas saver! warranty Mint City 989-640-1899

Dodge CHARGER RT, 2009 $21,500/BEST 25K mi. Hemi. "Brilliant black", grey leather int. Excellent condition. 517-694-7676



DODGE 2000 ¾ TON $10,000 4x4 w/Fisher snowplow, 2nd owner, V8 auto, looks, drives, runs excellent 517-712-6178

LANCER GTS 2008 $12,000 4 cyl, Premium Sun Pack, 63333mi., Blue 517-944-0140



FORD F-250, 1997 $6,000 Low miles. Well maint., comes w/plow. Excellent condition. 517-712-6178 EDGE SE 2007 $16,500 6 cyl, Side Airbag 39000 mi., Silver 517-886-6612

Jeep-Eagle WRANGLER SPORT, 1999 4x4, lifted, has extras. Excellent condition.


$2300 517-676-4709

Pontiac GRAND PRIX GT 2005 loaded, sunroof, 75K mi., sharp! Mint City

DODGE CARAVAN 1998 $9,000 Dodge handicap van with side-powered ramp 517-339-7551 HANDICAP VANS USED, BOUGHT & SOLD Mini & full size 5751 S. Cedar - Call Dale 517-882-7299

VEHICLES WANTED DEAD/ALIVE Top $$ paid, Free towing. Same day pickup. 7 Days. 517-487-8704 CAR DON’T WORK Or is crashed! Tired of spending money? Will pay you Cash Today & tow away free! Call 517-505-2098 AUTOS & TRUCKS WANTED We will pay top dollar for any unwanted vehicle. Free fast pickup. 517-487-8600.

Junk Cars Wanted $7995 989-640-1899

CARS & TRUCKS WANTED Paying cash. 7 days a week.


BENJAMIN & SON A1 TOWING WANTED Junk cars, vans & trucks. Top $ paid . 517-372-9737



Mini Vans


280 ZX, 1983 60K mi., Good condition.

Automobiles Wanted

PRIUS 2002 $7000/OBO 1/2 elec., 1/2 gas, Pearl White, runs, drives & looks 100%, 1 owner 517-420-1925


CAR DON’T WORK Or is crashed! Tired of spending money? Will pay you cash Today & tow away free! Call 517-505-2098 WE PAY TOP DOLLAR for used cars, trucks & vans. Will beat any offer. Free towing. 517-482-2260 AARON’S UP TO $1000 Wanted junk and unwanted cars 810-347-2078

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Apartments For Rent

APT 1-3 BED NEWLY REMODELED 50 FEET FROM LCC, from $545 517-204-5550

Apartments Lansing

Apartments Suburbs

Duplexes For Rent

DEWITT TOWNHOUSE LANSING 3 BDRM, 1 bath Country living, 2 bdrm, full finished bsmt duplex, $850 bsmt., fireplace, large monthly, excellent location screened in porch + sunto MSU, city bus stop, ning porch, 2 car gar., C/A, fenced in backyard, availaminutes from 96-69 hwy., ble Apr. 1. Call for appt. partial utilities paid, $845 517-388-1962. mo. 248-756-3224.

Homes For Rent GRAND LEDGE

12067 Rupp Rd., 3 bdrm., 1.5 bath 1,092 sq ft, ranch home. Full bsmnt., 1.5 car attached garage. $725+ 517-575-2668 www.sundancefamilyhomecenter .com


Homes For Rent

HASLETT 5705 Potter, near lake. Large 2 bdrm. 1.5 bath, fireplace, central air. UtiliLANSING. 4 ty room with washer / dry- 129 ASTOR bdrm., 2 bath. Rent to own. er hookup. No pets, Near Ingham Medical. $595/mo. incl. water. $850/mo. 517-388-1826. Call 517-372-8000 or 517349-8345 1325 GLENROSE AVE. Very nice 2 bdrm., all applianHOLT: 1 BEDROOM , $470 ces, lg yard, den, garage. + deposit. Air. Free heat, 1st, last deposit. $900 + water, trash pickup. Coin utilities + dep. 517-708laundry. New carpet. 7528. 1960 Aurelius Road. Applications, up front. ** 586-292-3681 **

Notice is hereby given that DeWitt Charter Township is in the process of adopting, on First Reading, Ordinance Amendment 60.76, an Ordinance to amend the DeWitt BEECHFIELD Efficiency thru Charter Township Zoning Ordinance to Amend Chapter XVII, "Definitions," and spe2 bedroom, $325-$560. Utilities included. Taylor cifically the definition of "Professional Office" and to add a definition for a "Health Realty 517-272-1512. HOMES FOR NOW AVAILABLE AT Service Office" land use; and to amend Section 5.7.4 entitled "Uses Permitted by RIVERWIND APTS. RENT! 1 & 2 bdrm., includes waCOME EXPERIENCE Special Use Permit" in the R5 District to add Subsections 1 and 2 allowing Planned ter, sewer, trash & heat. Living at Lansing Manor 3 bed/ 2 bath homes. Rent based on income for Unit Development, Health Service Office and Professional Office by said Special "A Quiet and Caring Over 1000 Sq. Ft. ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz~!@#$%^&*()_+`1234567890-=,./?;’:”[]\{}| qualified applicants. Sec. *Payments as low as Senior Community" dep req’d. Call 517-974Use Permit; and to provide an effective date hereof. $699. 3756 or you may pickup Located directly behind • All Appliances Said Ordinance 60.76 reads as follows: app at 300 Riverwind Dr., the Lansing Mall, • Washer/Dryer DeWitt. TDD# 800-649-3777 • Storage Shed Lansing Manor offers ORDINANCE NO. 60.76 This instutition is an Equal • Pet Friendly Opportunity Provider & 1 Bedroom residences • Holt Schools PREAMBLE 2011 HOMES! Employer. for Persons 62 years of All Credit Considered! AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE DEWITT CHARTER TOWNSHIP ZONING ORDINANCE No Application Fees age or disabled. Rents MASON ∫ We are currently Move in for as 2 & 3 bdrm. fireplace, are income based Pets pre-leasing brand new TO AMEND CHAPTER XVII, "DEFINITIONS," AND SPECIFICALLY THE DEFINITION OF little as $299!* central air, washer/ homes that will be are welcome. Call today Contact us today! dryer. From $750. OLD TOWN - LCC - Lansing arriving Mid-May! "PROFESSIONAL OFFICE" AND TO ADD A DEFINITION FOR A "HEALTH SERVICE OFInventory Limited! for your personal tour 517-282-9669 Twp. Beautiful clean 1 & 2 • 3 Bed/2 Bath, 1-888-258-2412 517-349-8000 bdrms., hardwood floors, of this lovely communi• All Appliances, FICE" LAND USE; AND TO AMEND SECTION 5.7.4 ENTITLED "USES PERMITTED BY $525-$625, heat included. • Washer/Dryer, ty. 517.321.5058 Offer Expires 3-31-11 517-896-8732 • Central Air SPECIAL USE PERMIT" IN THE R5 DISTRICT TO ADD SUBSECTIONS 1 AND 2 ALLOWEHO, *WAC TTY (800) 662-1220 MERIDIAN MALL, MARSH • Pet Friendly RD. $550 mo. 1 bdrm., liv. Lansing Manor does not ING PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT, HEALTH SERVICE OFFICE AND PROFESSIONAL • Holt School District rm., kitchen w/dshwshr, OLD TOWN - LCC - Lansing Payments starting as Discriminate on the din. rm., walkout balcony, Twp. Beautiful clean 1 & 2 OFFICE BY SAID SPECIAL USE PERMIT; AND TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE HERElow as $799! basis of covered parking, secure bdrms., hardwood floors, ~LANSING~ No Application Fees! storage, pool. Call 517-303OF. $525-$675, heat included. 1-4 BDRMS Contact us today to ∫ Disability 4372. 517-896-8732 Available! Section 8 OK. reserve your new home! The Charter Township of DeWitt, Clinton County, Michigan ordains: $450-$850. Call Mark at 1-888-235-6948 MOVE IN FOR $299 when 517-482-6600 SECTION I. AMENDMENT OF SECTION 5.7.4, "USES PERMITTED BY SPECIAL USE PERyou sign a 12 mo. lease! DOWNTOWN 408 W. IONIA. EHO ST.JOHNS-INCOME BASED Forest View Apts, Haslett Studio ($460) & room 2 BDRM. TOWNHOMES. MIT" IN THE R5 DISTRICT. * Immediate Occupancy ($335). Utilities included. Beautiful Park setting. * Cozy 1 bdrm apts $560 Close to LCC & Cooley. Close to schools & shop$225 PER MONTH L A N S I N G - 2 bdrm Section 5.7.4, "Uses Permitted By Special Use Permit In The R5 District," shall be * PET WELCOME 517-749-3890. ping. Laundry hookup. Lease to Own!!! 3 Bed/1 duplexes. $600-$675. Local * Single level bldg w/ priSUNTREE APARTMENTS Bath - over 800 sq.ft. Brand and is hereby amended to read as follows: owner cell 989-550-1181. vate entries 1100 Sunview Dr. New Carpet, Vinyl, & AppliDOWNTOWN LOFT * Washer/Dryer hook ups Section 5.7.4 Uses Permitted By Special Use Permit (R5) District). 989-224-8919 EHO ances. We Specialize in 1 bdrm. loft, 1000 sq.ft., in utility room Hard to Finance Individuwood floors, stainless ap* Vaulted ceiling in living All uses permitted in District R4, Section 5.6A4 Subsections 1 through 10, subject als!!! pliances, laundry, secured room The Meadows of St. Johns garage parking. $900/mo. P OTTERVILLE WAVERLY AREA * Storage access to the conditions stated therein, plus: (989)224-7707 517-482-8771 or 517-7195608 NIXON Duplexes & Home * Lovely wooded setting 5600. Small, but cozy Starting at $725. Move in * Close to everything 1) Planned Unit Development, upon compliance with Section 7.13.6; 2 BDRM, DOLL House! Neat, 630 sq. ft., 2 bdrm., 1 specials, pet friendly. Expires March 15, 2011 clean, appliances, $550 bath, ½ bsmnt. 1 car For details 517-272-1000 or FREE HEAT & W A T E R . Call today for info and tour! 2) Health Service Office and Professional Office. NO deposit. 2011 Osband. garage. $550/mo. visit: Edgemont Waverly. Quiet 517-803-2648 Call 517-645-7044. SECTION II. AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER XVII, "DEFINITIONS," TO ADD A DEFINITION desirable neighborhood. Conditions apply. 517-575-2668 Lg. clean 1 & 2 bdrm. No FOR "HEALTH SERVICE OFFICES." pets. From $525. 712-4915, 3-4 BDRM HOUSE Neat and 202-3234, 323-1153 clean, new paint & carpet. Chapter XVII, "Definitions," shall be and is hereby amended to add the following Old Orchard Apts. Call 517-641-7271 or 517Cottages214-7648. HIGH RISE LIVING definition: Holts Best With Great Views Resorts For Rent A 3 bdrm., newly remodeled RENTS YOU CAN AFFORD Health Service Office: A structure where supportive and accessory medical care Value homes. Nice, quiet neigh- CANADIAN FISHING CABinclude: Heat, Water, AC, borhood. 2 car garage, Garage Parking INS for RENT. Walleyes, services are provided to include laboratory services, billing services, and follow$100 moves you in! fenced yard. New high effiLansing Towers jumbo perch, big "0" application fee & ciency furnace & water Apartments northerns. Call Hugh or up patient health care services. heater. Pets okay. $550 & Corner of Ottawa & Pine Doris toll free 800-426-2550 SECTION III. AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER XVII, "DEFINITIONS," TO AMEND THE DEFI"0" sec. deposit $799mo. + utilities. 517-482-8838 or for free brochure. Or look 517-712-5238 LansingTowers@comcast. at our website: 1 or 2 bdrms Apts. NITION OF "PROFESSIONAL OFFICE." MM FREE HEAT & Chapter XVII, "Definitions," shall be and is hereby amended to amend the definiAFFORDABLE HOMES 1-4 UTILITIES bdrms, Section 8 OK. Miscellaneous ON 2 & 3 BEDROOMS! tion of "Professional Office" as follows: Pets OK. Move in special! Flexible terms For Rent Professional Office: Rooms or buildings used for office purposes by members of * Fitness Center available. $395-$1095. * Arizona Dry Sauna 517-651-1374 any recognized profession, including doctors, dentists, lawyers, accountants, engiAVIATION HANGARS FOR * Indoor/Outdoor Pool Call us today! RENT - Mason/Jewett Air* Resident Business Center 517-694-8975 port. Starting at $130 & up neers, architects, etc., provided such businesses do not create or introduce any * Walk-in Closets conditions apply per month. Month to BATH- LARGE 4 BDRM month contract. Call Lloyd nuisance factors, such as smoke, noise, odor or dust. 10 minutes west of downwith garage. Gas, elecat: 517-589-8619 town Lansing, Thomas Cooltric & deposit required. SECTION IV. CONTINUATION OF OTHER ORDINANCE PROVISIONS. ey Law School, I-496 and I-96 Condominiums No pets. $750/mo. and directly north of the 517-641-6364 Except as provided in Section I above, all other provisions of the DeWitt Charter Lansing Mall. For Rent Township Zoning Ordinance (as previously amended) shall remain in full force and Village Green of Lansing EAST LANSING: 2.5 bdrm, 5200 Mall Drive West effect. 1.5 bath, fireplace, air, CHARLOTTE Lansing, MI 48917 bsmt, carport, $725. 1280 N. Clinton Trail, 3 SECTION V. EFFECTIVE DATE 351-9321 or 333-1250 Call (866)399-2924 bdrm., 1.5 bath 1344 sq. This amendatory Ordinance shall become effective immediately upon its passage, for more details ft. ranch home. Full unHASLETT LAKEFRONT ON finished bsmnt., 2 car atLake Lansing with dock, publication and recording by the DeWitt Charter Township Clerk as required by tached garage. $750+ gazebo, beautiful view, deposit. luxury condo apt., lg uplaw. 517-575-2668 dated upper 2 BR., W/D, SEE fireplace, deck, new maple Second Reading of Ordinance 60.76 will be March 28, 2011, at 7:00 p.m. at the TownLANSING kitchen, black stainless SOURCEADS.COM W Michigan. 1 bdrm., living appli., carpet, granite, ship Hall, 1401 W. Herbison Road, DeWitt, MI 48820. Written comments relative to When you need repairs COLONIAL VILLAGE rm., kitch., bath. $525 + $940. Also, smaller lower 2 OR CALL LCN 2 bdrm. C ape C od, fireelectric. BR., w/patio, $660. Inthe Ordinance will be accepted until the date and time of this meeting. around the home place, fenced, rec room, Call 517-482-8771 or cludes snow, trash, lawn. appliances, $595 mo. TOLL FREE Questions relative to Ordinance Amendment 60.76 should be directed to the 517-719-5600 No big dogs. 517-853-6307. and you need them 517-323-4700 Clerk’s Office of DeWitt Charter Township, at the above address, or by phone to fast- check the service Duplex -----------------TOWN-(3)-1 bedroom 877-475-SELL OLD (517) 668-0270 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Fridirectory in the Source Apts. $485-590. Small to exEast Lansing EATON RAPIDS large. (1)-2 Bedroom day. 811 East St. 3 bdrm., Monday - Friday, tra with sunroom, $675 All apHOUSING SEE SOURCEADS.COM 1 bath, 1595 sq. ft. home pliances and U T I L I T I E S DeWitt Charter Township will provide to individuals with disabilities, reasonable DISCRIMINATION? - on the river, michigan 8am – 5pm OR CALL LCN TOLL FREE PAID. Quiet nice neighbor- basement. $775/mo. + Call The Fair Housing hood. 517-202-6035. auxiliary aids and service which are needed to fully participate in any Township Center at: 1-877-979-FAIR. deposit. City septic & well, consumer 877-475-SELL meeting providing a 72 hour notice is received by phone or in writing. Contact electric/gas heat Apartments Duplexes 517-575-2668 DeWitt Charter Township as shown above to request the necessary assistance. Monday - Friday, - ACCORD PROPERTIES Studios, 1 & 2 Bdrms. Lansing /E. Lansing Area. 517-337-7900

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