Assuming there are no more delays, demolition should begin on the buildings that line the western edge of downtown East Lansing by September.

According to the Lansing State Journal, East Lansing City Council re-approved the $154 million Park District project's brownfield plan on Thursday so the Michigan Strategic Fund could consider it for a $10 million Michigan Business Tax credit.

The current agreement calls for the buildings to be demolished 10 days after the proper permits are issued or upon approval of the $10 million tax credit.

Mayor Mark Meadows said the project is expected to go before the Michigan Strategic Fund board on Aug. 22.  Demolition would start no later than 10 days after the meeting. Here's more from the Lansing State Journal.