Current State #230 | January 10, 2014

Jan 10, 2014

Today on Current State: the independent review of the Lansing Board of Water and Light; Asian carp; a Lansing Symphony Orchestra preview; and music from the Michigan Jazz Trail.

Security expert vows prompt, independent review of BWL

Jan 10, 2014

A retired military officer and former homeland security official turned Cooley Law School law professor will oversee an independent review of the embattled Lansing Board of Water and Light.

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Earlier this week, the Army Corps of Engineers released the results of its 18 month study designed to deal with Asian carp in the Chicago waterways system. The study was mandated by Congress as the threat of the invasive species to the Great Lakes ecosystem continues to increase.

CMU jazzmen juggle performance, teaching

Jan 10, 2014
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Today’s Michigan Jazz Trail featured players are all music professors at Central Michigan University: Bob Lindahl on trombone, John Nichol on tenor sax, and Jeff Kressler on keys.