City of Lansing seeking bids on renovations to swimming pool guardhouse; Council hears updates on proposed development, street lights and cameras

by Alexis Johnson

The regular meeting of the Lansing City Council was held Monday, January 18. The meeting centered around the consent agenda, citizen’s action, PeopleService, police report and parks report.

Citizen’s actions consisted of an update on the Walleser property in regard to it becoming a potential subdivision with guidelines including road widths and directed sewer routes. A motion was made and seconded to continue moving forward with the proposed plan.

A heater that went out at the Lansing swimming pool has recently been replaced. When warmer weather was around, crews jetted the City sewers and everything is working as it should. A motion was made and seconded to approve the PeopleService report.

It was clarified that street lights will not remain on all day after Thursday, January 21, as this was due to the wiring set-up created so that the City’s video cameras could remain on. The wiring will be fixed so the cameras will still function without the lights being on.

An advertisement will be placed in the newspaper for renovations of the Lansing swimming pool guardhouse and the bids will be due by February 28 (see Page 18 in the January 27, 2021 issue of the Standard for that project bid proposal).

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