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Saturday, March 30, 1974


Poge Five

Saturday, March 30, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY






: As comnpiled by Jeff. Day and Daily Reporters Bill Heenan, Jack Krost, Cheryl Pilate and David Whiting.
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Ballot proposal-
$5 marijauna fine

Ballot proposal-
HRP rent control

Solution to city
finance problems

Top three budget

Human resource
rehobilitation, child
and health care

City growth-
direction & control

Door-to-door voter

Police directions
and crime control

Low income

Enforcement of
Human Rights


First Ward
Colleen McGee (D)
Joyce Hannaum (R)

Supports. Supports. Would Graduated income Child care Favors citizen Door-to-door Does not favor Programs effec- More housing; Ordinance not
favor limits on tax; tax Health care input in decision "critical." Also community tive, should be backs programs to adequately
rents as opposed University. Transportation making. favors fixed. control boards. continued, help poor in enforced. Commis-
to profits. Sees no need for getting federal sion should
more police. housing grants. assume "higher
Favors legalization Opposes rent Reduced city work Liquidating city Decide each case Supports door-to- Opposes com- Effective, should More housing at Ordinance ade-
at state level. control in general. force, federal aid, debt on individual door and nuner- munity control. be continued. federal expense. quately enforced.
Opposes HRP plan. Could discourage no salary cuts. Social programs merit. Supports ous fixed sites. Commission doing
construction, McDonald's. good job.
leading to higher

Strongly supports.


Beth Brunlon (HRP)

Graduated income
tax; salary cut
for top adminis-
trators. Opposes

Child care
Model Cities
Health care

"Growth ques-
tions should be
depending on
citizen response."

Supports door-to-
door and
unlimited number
of fixed sites.

Legalize heroin,
stop rising unem-
ployment which
causes crime.

Programs needed
and "moderately
effective." Sup-
ports improved

City and Univer-
sity should be
pressed to build

enforced. Human
Rights Depart-
ment going poor
j ob.

Second Ward
Mary Richman (D)
Kathy Kozachenko

Favors in Specific proposal Flat rate city Fire Opposes Packard- Favors door-to- More police Human resources Favors more Inadequately en-
principle; an "administrative income tax; Police Platt and door with fixed patrol, better needed, but not construction with forced. Human
concerned about nightmare." property tax on City salaries McDonald's. sites throughout sidewalk lighting, top priority. state and federal Rights Depart-
stopping police- Favors in University. city. money. , ment "doing a
men from enforc- principle, will shoddy job."
ing state law. support.

Supports dope
law as an effort
to "get rid of

Strongly supports.

Steeply graduated
city income tax.
Cut in police
budget and

Health care
Child care

Opposes McDon-
ald's, Packard-
Platt. "Growth
should follow well
laid plan."

Favors door-to-
door registration
with evenly
scattered fixed

Fire Krasny,
create all-female
rape unit, more

Program needs
more money.
Top priority.

Achieve through
rent control,.
federal grants.

"Definitely not
being adequately

Third Ward
Joseph D. Burke (D)
Roger Berloia (R)

No stand. Supports prin- "Unprepared to Public utilities Supports tempo- Supports door-to- "Crime rise due to Program needs Need more, at sufficiently
ciple, will vote answer. Don't Police rary limit on door. underlying social more city help. scattered sites. enforced. "People
against HRP have grasp of growth and a issues. No need with problems can
proposal. problems yet." citizens' develop- to beef up police." go to court."
ment council.
Opposes. "Places Opposes. "Would Repay debt Fire "Control growth Opposes door-to- Favors use of Moderately im- "Don't believe Adequate.
burden on police lead to deteriora- through Police by land use door. Number of specialized squads portant. Would in it."
who are sworn to tion in housing." increased taxes. City services planning, renova- fixed sites to handle oppose cut in
uphold state law." tion, remodeling." "adequate." particular budget.



Harry Kevorkian (HRP)

Salary cut for top
police budget cut;
graduated income

Human resources

Stop urban sprawl
by rezoning.

Favors door-to-
door and increased
number of fixed

Favors total

Favors increased

Need more.

enforced. Qay
complaints not
being acted upon.

Fourth Ward
Jamie Kenworthy (0)
C. William Colburn (R)
Margo Nichols (HRP)

Supports. Will Supports. "Rent University Child care Notify all citizens Favors door-to- Legalize victimless Effective, high Favors more at "The enforcement
make police more is too high property tax; Medical care of building plans door. Lack of sites crimes. Favors all priority. scattered sites. is zilch. The
available. near the campus." flat income tax Avoiding layoffs and seek their in second ward female rape unit. Sees co-ops as the Department is
of 1.5 per cent. approval. "discriminatory." answer. non-functional."
Would back
graduated tax.
Against. Would Opposes. Against income Debt reduction Widen Main Door-to-door Crime rise due to Programs vital. Subsidized pro- Adequately
support legaliza- "Individual rights tax without City services Street. "We did handicapped by soft drug policy. grams haven't enforced.
tion at the state should be property tax Social services the right thing" unreliable regis- Train police and worked. Solution:
level. protected." reduction. Cut on McDonald's trars. Should be hire more women "The free market
police budget. and Packard- fixed sites in to cope with rape. economy."
University tax. Platt. second ward.

Favors. "I think
is necessary."

Strongly supports.

salary cut. Steeply
graduated income
tax; police
budget cut.

Top priority-
Social services,
health and child
care, rape unit.
Low priority-
City salaries.

Expand mass

Supports door-to-
door and
increased fixed

Addict rehabili-
tation as crime
solution. Com-
munity control of
police "makes
system viable."

"I think that some
of the programs
are going to fail
to get money,
and that's sad."

Rent control will
encourage low as
well as high
income housing;
seek federal and
state funds.

"Hell, it's not
being enforced.
They never had
the funds, never
had the power."

Fifth Ward
Paul L. Brown (D)
nuis D. Bekher (R)

Opposes. Places Opposes. "Has Budget cuts; Recreation Build more single Favors door-to- Favors "corn- Programs are Need more Not adequately
city law over never worked in graduated income Community faiily housing door and munity involve- endangered by middle-income enforced.
state. other cities." tax. programs units. Planning increased ment without lack of funds, single-family
City services director needed. fixed sites. control." More houses.
police in field.
Opposes. Opposes. Continued layoffs, Rehiring employes Should be Opposes door-to- Stricter laws, Program need Housing shortage "Don't know."
Legislation should human resources Street repair determined at door. More specialized police more community due to inadequate
come from state. cut. Police zoning level. fixed sites. units. involvement, revenue sharing.



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