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Kathy Kozachenko (HRP-Sec-
ond Ward) called the proposal
"inadequate and ill-defined."
"Colburn is very manipula-
tive, and can successfully and
charmingly indicate where he
feels the needs lie," stated Koz-
achenko. "But what I think he
and the committee owe to the
citizens of Ann Arbor - and
what I will demand of them -
are facts and substantial data
justifying how they arrived at
the figures they did. You can't
just pull figures out from thin
air.

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P report criticized
ed, and historical preservation pletely devoid of community in-
may need to be cut altogether- put, and Housing and Urban De-
it's not as vital as someone velopment (HUD) officials;
needing to go to the hospital." were not impressed at all," he
Republican Mayor James said.
Stephenson said he believes that He says that HUD officials
the proposal will have "excel- have suggested to other com-1
lent chances in council." munities that they follow "theI
"It would be pretty hard not fine example this committee hasI
to accept the proposal," Steph- shown."
enson said. "It is the result of Another citizens committee
a lot of hard work and many charged with establishing reve-
public hearings. On what basis nue sharing priorities has also
could council not accept it? Do made very similar budget re-
they have some kind of higher commendations.

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"I'm very distressed that on-
ly $490,000 was allotted to com-
munity services, which would
cover day care, care for the
aged and transportation pro-
grams," Kozachenko added.
"With the economy going the
way it is, that wouldn't even
have been enough three years
ago.
"I WOULD have liked to have
seen close to $1 million go to
both housing and community
services, because I think that's
basically where people need the
money," she said. "Public
works and environmental pro-
tection funds should be reduc-

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knowledge on it of some sort?"
STEPHENSON said that his
knowledge of the proposal ex-
tends "only to what I've read
in the papers."
However, Colburn stated that
the mayor and city administra-
tors have been kept "continual-
ly informed" by the commit-
tee. "We have made frequent
reports to the mayor and city
administrators, and they all
know what's going on," he said.
Colburn also contended that
his committee proposal would
distribute funds much more
fairly than two years ago, when
Democrats and HRP members
held a majority on council.
Colburn described the 1972
handling of revenue sharing
funds as "a handout to constit-
uencies where HRP and Demo-
cratic politicians stood to gain
the most political advantage."
"THEY handled it in a very
political way, (in 1972) com-

According to chairman John
Laird, the two committee pro-
posals are "not that far apart,"
even though his group took a
different approach, by looking
at individual proposals and dol-
lar amounts from the start.
The Laird committee, compos-
ed of citizens serving on city
boards and commissions, will
finalize their recommendations
Thursday. 1

CHICAGO (P)-Richard Dalev
said yesterday he will seek a
sixth four-year term as mayor.
The annoincement was widely5
predicted during the past few
weeks, after many months ofs
speculation that because of age
and illness the 72-year-old poli-
tical leader would step down. i
THE MAYOR told a news con-1
ference. "I will be a candidatef
for re-election." He said that he
had "met and talked with manyz
groups and individuals over a
period of months . . . I have
also talked with my family andI
considered all personal factors.H
"My decision today is the re-i
sult of these discussions." Daley
said there are challenges facingI
the city and "we have the,
people who can overcome chal-'
lenges . . . and they make me
proud to tell you that I ams

re;,0v to ioin with vou in cont
!ing to do everything I can.
"I seek vo"r spoort. With
we can conti-lle to work f
harmony and for better lives
everyone in our city."
DALEY suffered-a mild stro
in Mav and was away for mo
tha, 100 days from the City H
office where he has ruled Cl
cago since 1955 and achievi
national prominence as a Dem
cratic party leader.
Last week, Daley aides <
rected a media campaign si
naling his announcement. ThE
ushered in to the mayor's offi
-each in their turn-busines
labor and civic leaders w]
emerged vowing they did n
know the mayor's plans but d
voutly hoped he w o u 1 d ra
again.

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W H E N "large marijuana
cases come up that WANT can
not handle, they go to the State
Police," Murray pointed out.
Kozachenko charged that the
recent upsurge of a c t i v i t y
against marijuana use has in-
cluded "a large number of dope
arrests or seizures in the city."
However, Murray claimed lo-
cal police efforts have concen-
trated only on issuing tickets for
violations of the city pot ordi-
nance.
In the past six months, 175
marijuana tickets have been is-
sued mainly for violations stem-
ming from traffic violations in-
volving mar ijuana smoked
openly in a policeman's pres-
ence, Murray claimed.

juana sale and use "a token fiveI
dollar fine."[
"Any police department par-
ticipation in a coordinated effort
to crack down on marijuana is
in direct violation of the spirit
and intent of April's voter man-
date," she said.
Councilman Louis Belcher (R-
Fifth Ward) said "I totally dis-
agree with the HRP stance .. .
the charter's spirit in possession
and use is for the individual, not
the dealer."
Councilwoman Carol J o n e s
(D - Second Ward) explained
"there is a distinction when the
police department initiate mari-

juana investigation and offer
support" to another agency. In
itiating investigation is "again
the charter's spirit," Jones cor
tended.
Kozachenko requested an in
mediate and comprehensive r
port on the police drug progra
including:
-rationale for the department
assistance of anti-marijuana e
forts in the fact of the loc
ordinance;
-number of officers involved
-use of the police garage
other city property by 6th
agencies for narcotics inves
gation; and
-specific drug targets.

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KOZACHENKO stressed that
the city ordinance makes mari-

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