When people say DeWitt Charter Township, they tend to think of the suburban community just north of Lansing. With easy access to I-69 and US-127, low tax rates and great schools, it has created this bedroom community to be one of the fastest growing communities in the state. However, DeWitt is really a Tale of Two Cities.
Each month The Greater Lansing Business Monthly invites authors from two views — one conservative, one liberal — to share their thoughts on a rotating topic. This month’s topic: What is your take on development tax incentives?
Members of the public and private sector agree: Greater Lansing is on the rise. Shovels are breaking ground, bricks are being stacked and vacant buildings are being rehabbed. People with plans are talking up new restaurants, retail, commerce and hip urban places to live.
Recently, the Greater Lansing Business Monthly asked several community leaders to comment about development in parts of mid-Michigan.
For some businesses, the holidays just mean extra sweets peppering the snack table, the chance to see some of your co-workers outside the confines of your office walls and the faint sound of holiday music emanating from a few company computers.
Instead of bringing in a box of candy canes for your co-workers or clients for the third year in a row, try purchasing a gift that suggests class, holiday spirit and community involvement.