Council meets behind closed doors
Land acquisition, legal matters discussed
The Lansing City Council met Thursday night in a special, executive session but took no public action.
Notice to the media was given at 5:55 p.m. Thursday for the 6:30 p.m. meeting, which preceded a 7 p.m. joint study session of the Lansing Planning Commission and the City Council.
Mayor Kenneth Bernard said council members met behind closed doors for 25 minutes to discuss land acquisition matters and legal matters with the city attorney, Greg Robinson. Bernard today deferred questions about the discussion, saying he could not comment further at this time.
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