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A shooting took place today at approximately 11:30 a.m. on Coolidge Road, between Saginaw Street and Lake Lansing Road, in the City of East Lansing. The suspect is still at large. The community is advised to secure in place.

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The May 2014 Dialog residential newsletter will be arriving in mailboxes in early to mid May. In addition to the mailed copies, residents can view a pdf version online.

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There will be a number of street and parking lot closures in downtown East Lansing May 16-18 to accommodate the East Lansing Art Festival.

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The East Lansing Public Library’s (ELPL) 2014 Books, Bites & Bids fundraising event was a huge success thanks to the support of the community, resulting in $19,000 raised for a new digital maker lab at the library.

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A prescribed ecological burn of the natural areas at East Lansing’s Hawk Nest Park will take place today, beginning this morning and ending by mid to late afternoon. Community members are advised to stay away from the area, as there will be some smoke as a result of the burning.

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Yard Waste Collection Program

The City's yard waste collection program will run through Nov. 24.

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The 51st Annual East Lansing Art Festival (ELAF) will bring 183 artists and tens of thousands of visitors to downtown East Lansing on the weekend of May 17-18.

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The City of East Lansing’s Finance Department and its public service windows will be temporarily closed to the public beginning at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 8 and all day Friday, May 9 for a software conversion.

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A 23-year-old MSU student was convicted fordisorderly conduct for his involvement in the Dec. 7-8 Post Big Ten Championship civil disturbance. He was convicted on two counts, including assembling to riot and remaining within 300 feet of a fire.

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World Renowned Artist Imran Qureshi to Create Public Art Installation in Downtown East Lansing

Imran Qureshi began a public art installation in downtown East Lansing. His intricate paintings can be found all over the world and his next outdoor public installation will be located in Ann Street plaza and other public spaces leading to the "Fragmented" exhibit at the Broad Art Museum. It is the grand inauguration to the City's new urban mural project ("Crack Art”) and Broad without Walls exhibit.

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