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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-01

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Southfield's Milton Dzodin
Seeks County Commission Seat

Milton Dzodin of Southfield is seek- children: Hilary (Ari) Kaganas of
Florida and Brian Dzodin and
ing the election as District 21
Daniel Dzodin of Southfield.
Oakland County commissioner in
The Dzodins are members of Adat
the Tuesday, Nov. 5, election.
Shalom Synagogue in
As a District 21
Farmington Hills and
(Berkley, Lathrup
Congregation Shaarey`
Village and part of
Zedek in Windsor.
Southfield) commis-
Dzodin is a 1963
sioner, the 46-year-
graduate of Oak Park
old Republican said
High School and a
he would address the
graduate of Ferris
forecasted budget
State University (cer-
deficit, sewer systems
tificate in graphic
and roads.
reproduction technol-
Dzodin would have
ogy) and Wayne State
an independent CPA
University (bachelor
go over the books to
of science in educa-
see where money could
tion and master of-
be saved or invested.
education degree in
He would follow the
instructional technol-
auto-industry example
ogy). He has a U.S.
and ask suppliers for
Milton Dzodin •
patent on a silver
discounts. He would
recovery device.
combine programs and
Dzodin's company, Michigan
ask county employees to take a pay
Silver Exchange, Inc. recycles
cut and be more conscientious with
byproducts from the photographic
utilities use.
and graphic arts industries. He
On drains, he said: "The separa-
works closely with the Detroit
tion of storm and sanitation sewer
Water and. Sewerage Department,
drains would cut pollution of the
the Department of Environmental
local lakes and streams and would
Quality (DEQ) and municipalities
reduce the amount of wastewater
in collecting silver from photo-
that would have to be treated."
graphic waste solutions.
Commenting on roads and the
Dzodin is a 32-year member of
amount of gasoline tax money sent
to Lansing,. Dzodin said, "we have to the Bedford Woods Homeowners
Association and a 24-year volunteer
work towards a larger return of our
with the Emergency Management
tax dollars from the government so
division of Southfield Public Safety,
that we reduce our donor status. We
where he serves as a captain.
send more tax money to Lansing
Emergen-cy Management volunteers
than we get back for our roads;
are "on call" and assist the fire and
therefore, we have a donor status."
police departments and the city in
As a small business owner, Dzodin
times of emergency or need.
wants the county to be run like a
His Democratic opponent for the
business, smart and efficiently. He says
two-year, $28,615 post is Vincent
he is not a "tax and spend" person.
Gregory of Southfield.
He and his wife, Isabel, have three

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Brandeis Women Seek Members

Brandeis University National Women's Committee knows the value of
books. In 1948, they organized to raise fund for Brandies University
libraries. The Detroit' Chapter is very active and continues to improve,
build and support libraries of the university.
Though there is no longer a book sale, there are programs and study
groups. Women are invited to become members of the Detroit Chapter.
To join and support the education process, call Frances Fisher, (248)
547-6246.

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