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/I XIIUAN AILT
RSiPS FOR JUDAIC Colburn changes stance

Thursday, March 21, 1974

By DAVID WHITING
Incumbent City Council candi-
date William Colburn last night
appeared to change his position on
the role of the council vis-a-vis
the rights of property owners in
the city.
At a Third Ward "candidates'
night" gathering in Burns Park
elementary school, Colburn told
some 24 listeners, "I feel individ-
ual rights should be protected."
The statement came in response
to - a question about the council-
man's stance on the ballot rent
control proposal.

The answer appeared to contra-
dict Colburn's remarks last Friday,
when he told a similar gathering:
"Council must control individual
property owners' rights."
THE FRIDAY night comment
was made while discussing the
city's role in pushing for construc-
tion of the hotly-opposed Packard-
Platt shopping plaza.
Colburn has also publicly stated
that he considers it a "problem"
that local laws tend to favor prop-
erty owners.

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Colburn denied last night
he had contradicted himself,
ing "I have always contended
individual rights should be
tected."

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Democratic Fourth Ward hope-
ful Jamie Kenworthy also attended
last night's meeting, and took oc-
casion to express his support for
city funding of child care centers
"to at least the same levels of last
year."
Colburn said he favors cutting
the child care allocation sharply.

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