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Neighborhood Partnerships Initiative City Liaisons


The City of East Lansing provides City staff liaisons to neighborhoods as part of the Neighborhood Partnerships Initiative. These liaisons work one-on-one with neighborhood associations to create important two-way dialogue. The liaisons also provide support to neighborhoods by creating a personal link to City Hall.

The idea behind the liaisons is to provide neighbors with the tools and information necessary to work with other neighbors, take on new projects and become more actively engaged in their neighborhood. The specific role of a City staff liaison is to:

  • get to know the neighborhood, its officers and residents.
  •  put a name and a face to City government by creating a working relationship with their assigned neighborhood associations.
  • attend neighborhood association meetings and events as necessary.
  • serve as the primary point of contact for any questions or concerns from the neighborhood association or individual residents.
  • provide important information to neighborhood associations on City services and programs.

Liaisons


Staff Liaisons
Neighborhood Associations
Pablo Majano
Red Cedar Neighborhood Association
Mikell Frey
Southeast Marble Neighborhood Association
Elaine Hardy
Glencairn Neighborhood Association
Tamarisk Neighborhood Association
Oakwood Neighborhood Association
Annette Irwin
Whitehills Neighborhood Association
Hagadorn Hills Condominium Association
Wendy Longpre
Hawk Nest Neighborhood Association
Marie Wicks Harrison Meadows Neighborhood Association
Chesterfield Hills Neighborhood Association
Amy Schlusler
Bailey Community Association
Avondale Neighborhood Association
Eagle Eye Condominiums
Kristin Shelley Pinecrest Neighborhood Association
Eilis Seide
Brookfield Heritage Neighborhood Association
Hawthorn Neighborhood Association
Jason Shoup
Walnut Heights Neighborhood Association
Neighborhood Website

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