Lansing city council will again try to break a deadlock over its next leader
In Lansing, the city council will try again tomorrow to pick a new leader.
The council traditionally picks a new president in January. And as is somewhat traditional, they’re having trouble agreeing on who it should be.
The council has met twice already this year, but no one has garnered enough votes to win the center seat on the council horseshoe. Tuesday’s meeting will give the 8 council members a chance to break their deadlock.
This is a pivotal year for the Lansing city council, with four seats up for election this fall.
Lansing’s mayor’s race may also add to the drama.