Week ending Jan. 13, 2013
Good news from Ingham County Animal Control
Actually, this qualifies as great news: Animal Control will open a new community outreach center in Lansing later this month. Housed in an Ingham County Land Bank property, the outreach center will provide easier access to Lansing residents who need Animal Control's services. Among the services offered will be low-cost vaccines, free pet food, free dog houses, dog licensing, and pet adoptions.
I was particularly glad to hear from Animal Control Director Jamie McAloon-Lampman that the center will offer classes to pet owners about proper pet care.
Congratulations to Ms. McAloon-Lampman, her staff, and the many volunteers who have made the outreach center possible.
The center’s Grand Opening is planned for Saturday, Jan. 26, from 12 noon to 4 p.m. To learn more about Animal Control services and volunteer opportunities, click here.
Ingham County 911 Center Update
Since its opening in late June 2012, the new 911 Center has handled a total of 375,507 calls, including 119,245 calls for police assistance and 18,752 calls reporting fires or medical emergencies.
The 911 Center continues to work on filling vacancies. A background investigator position is currently posted here.
County Job Opportunities
Check here for regular updates on the Ingham County jobs available. You can find seasonal work to professional positions and everything in between.
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