The Lansing Board of Water and Light released its Energency Action Plan on its website Monday.
The release comes after a long, special city council meeting that featured five hours of public comment. Disgruntled customers called for the resignation of General Manager J. Peter Lark and for improvements to communication.
News 10's Lorne Fultonberg questioned BWL commissioners today and asked if they had any intention of firing Lark. See his report on News 10 at Six.