THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, March:
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that the state Attorney General's
office read the proposal and failed
to find it unconstitutional.
graduated income tax v
man backs a flat rate.
IN RESPONSE to the rapid rise "Although a graduated income
in burglaries and rape in the city, tax would be more equitable,"
Kozachenko endorses police foot comments Richman, "the state
patrols, more use of Operation constitution only allows for a flat
Identification, and better street rate."
Richman believes that although BOTH CANDIDATES also advo-
"we can't put a policeman in ev- cate cutting garbage collection
ery bedroom," foot and bike pa- services and feel that curbside
trols should be greatly increased. pick-up is sufficient.
Kozachenko, a senior in the Resi-
dential College and an active femi- "Back door pick-up - a
nist, believes the answers to the top Republican priority last year
city's $1.2 million debt include cut- -is necessary only for the handi-
ting administrative salaries above capped and the elderly," says
$14,000 by 50 per cent and making Richman.
cuts in the police department bud- Kozachenko also calls for com-
get. munity control of the police force
Richman, however, believes that and advocates the firing of Police
it would be "foolish" to take a Chief Walter Krasny whom she
stand on salary cuts until all the charges has been "totally unre-
alternatives are examined.
"First I believe we should cut sponsive to the needs of the pub-
all of the fat out of the budget and l
then cut across-the-board," she Richman feels that a police ad-
says. vistory board may be a "good idea
Although Richman, a third-year on paper" but is highly skeptical
law student, believes that +laying of advisory bodies, which she feels
off city employes is not the best would just add to the city's "bu-
solution to the fiscal crisis, she reaucratic mess."
feels the personnel cuts are neces-
sary. THE CANDIDATES oppose the
controversial council resolution
BOTH candidates believe that permitting the construction of a
funding social services should be McDonald's restaurant next to the
increased, but Kozachenko gives Nickels Arcade on Maynard St.
them higher priority in the face of "Some city growth is neces-
a budgetcut sary," said Kozachenko. "But it
Richman, however, adds that should follow a well-laid plan in-
"social services are not any more stead- of just benefiting develop-
import iraiinii d 1Mir - si et
important than tyre ana ponce pro- ' itrss
tection, and should not receive top Rictae beeves that although
funding priority. Rcmnblee htatog
The candidates favor a city in- city growth is proceeding at an ac-
come tax, and believe the present ceptable rate, there is not enough
property tax is "unfair to low-in- low income housing.
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Simon says: More gas
Federal energy chief William Simon fields a question during his
Sunday appearance on ABC's program "Issues and Answers".
Simon stated that April gasoline allocations will be "significantly
larger" than March's allotments.
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