At least one city leader is considering taking a hard look at the Lansing city Market. Asking if the city should continuing its $50,000 to $60,000 dollar subsidizing of the market.
Sandy Allen, the council's current Vice President and likely it's next elected president in 2005, has her concerns with the Market.
Asking if the space it inhabits could be better utilized. Further asking if the city should pull it's funding entirely in a tight budget year.
No specific plans have been made about the market, but it's an issue Allen plans to address sometime in 2005.