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November 23, 1984 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 23, 1984

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Detroit," he states bluntly.
Besides Mayor Young, other
major issues facing Detroit,
according to Ravitz, are crime
and the fear of crime. No mat-
ter where I go, this is the main
subject of concern and related
to that is drug and drug
abuse," he said.
High unemployment, he
said, is another major issue
particularly as it relates to
black youths.
"A related issue is economic
development and the diver-
sification of Detroit's economic
base," he continued. And fi-
nally, another key issue is the
development of a comprehen-

He frequently finds himself
as an "outsider," casting lone
dissenting votes. He does not
receive as much support from
his colleagues as he would
like. He recognizes that his
political image may have
changed; some now consider
him a conservative, primarily
because he is a frequent critic
of Mayor Young. He denies
that their political differences
have become personal but he
acknowledges that he has met
with the mayor on no more
than two occasions.
"Four more years of Mayor
Young's administration would
be very, very unfortunate for

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sive plan for the restoration
and renovation of the city. We
have no plan . . . every move is
ad hoc . . . the citizens of De-
troit would like to know that
we are moving on a master
plan."
Ravitz has watched the
heightened tensions between
blacks and Jews primarily
from the sidelines. He has not
felt any increasing tensions on
the Council but adds, "I am
personally very upset by this
cleavage between blacks and
Jews. It is terribly unfortu-
nate for both. I am also dis-
turbed by the occasional ut-

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