Archive for Thursday, June 22, 2006

Council to review Eisenhower Crossings plan

June 22, 2006

The Lansing City Council will be asked to sign off on an agreement that would complete platting for a new retail-office center in northwest Lansing.

The Eisenhower Crossings facilities use agreement spells out how trail fees are being assessed and what public improvements will be made at the development at De Soto and Eisenhower roads.

The developer of the project, Leavenworth-Lansing Community Physicians LLC, will be charged $19,663 for its portion of a trail on Winslow Road as a perimeter improvement fee.

The council will discuss the pact at its meeting at 7 p.m. today, June 23. The meeting will be preceded by a work session on the city's various fees, at 6 p.m. Both meetings are at City Hall, 800 First Terrace.

Here's tonight's agenda:

¢ Consider minutes from the June 1 regular meeting and June 6 special meeting.

¢ Hear a presentation on Lansing Community Library.

¢ Recognize Robert Ulin for his service on the council.

¢ Hear a quarterly report from Leavenworth County Development Corp.

¢ Hear a briefing on the summer baseball and softball leagues.

¢ Recognize Reserve Police Officer Tom Mink, who is retiring.

¢ Hear a presentation on the Police Officer of the Year.

¢ Consider a request for a dog fostering program at 209 Carriage Crossing.

¢ Consider a facilities use agreement for Eisenhower Crossings.

¢ Consider approval of engineering documents for the Eisenhower Crossings project.


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