The city of East Lansing is considering the creation of a financial health team similar to what’s already in place in Lansing. We talk with East Lansing city manager George Lahanas about the proposal and the city’s priorities in 2016.
Michigan officials held their annual state revenue estimating conference in Lansing yesterday. The meeting is closely watched each year by municipalities large and small who depend on a portion of state dollars to run their daily operations. East Lansing is one of those communities. The city enjoys a strong reputation in mid-Michigan for providing an array of services to its citizens but of course, that commitment comes with a price tag. With three new city council members now in place, East Lansing is developing its financial priorities for 2016.
One of those goals is the creation of a financial health team similar to what’s already in place in nearby Lansing.
Current State talks with East Lansing City Manager George Lahanas.