Tuesday, October 26, 1976
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
une eyes $5.5
million parking plan
By MIKE NORTON ed by the City, either through idents who do not derive bene-
increased parking rates or fit from improved parking, since
A long-awaited report on mu-; through a transfer of monies it is reflected in property value
nicipal parking facilities, in- from the General Fund of city increases. He agreed with the
cluding a $5.5 million mainte- revenues. Committee report, which he
nance and expansion plan, was - Kenworthy gave the report to called "rational."
accepted with grudging approv- Council with an air of weary
al at last night's City Council relief, explaining that he had MEMBER ROBERT Henry
meeting. struggled since the Committee's (R-Third Ward) admitted having
The report of the Mayor's Ad inception to reconcile contrary been "reluctant" about the idea
Hoc Committee for Repair and I interests and come to a work- at first. Now, however, he said
Maintenance of Parking Facili- able solution to the city's park-! he was convinced "it's the only
ties was presented to Council by ing problems. feasible way to do what we
member Jamie Kenworthy (D- "If Council wants to go some have to do.
Fourth Ward), chairman of the other way on this thing," he "There isn't any nice easy
committee. sRaid, "thevra ndl it ith -'-l t- -,,
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female audience did not dwell
on such interesting questions as
the color of Leach's jockstrap.
Rather, the group was concern-
ed with the more mundane as-'
pects of college football.
"How do you remember all
those plays?" one man asked
"I DON'T KNOW," he replied
As Instamatic c a m e r a s
flashed furiously, the highlight
questions of the night were,
"Who calls the plays?",
"What's it like to be number
one?", and "Do you have big
"No, (we're) pretty. down to
earth," Smith replied to the lat-
ter. "You know we're good, we
know we're good."
SMITH MIGHT have led some!
to believe he was bored or tired,
because he jerked his head off
his chest and vaguely asked To the surprise of several
"What?" before each question. members of the audience, Leach
"How does Bo get you up?" said he would rather become a
one man asked, probably re- professional baseball player
ferring to how Coach Schem- than football player.
bechler gets the team psyched Although most people seemed
for the ¢mP s..
MYt Me3 5a~zieJs pleased with the rare glimpse
"Being number one in the na- of the players one woman
tion is enough incentive," ans- seemed disappointed at Leach's G TA
wered Dufek. stature.-
BUT THE TEAM'S academic "Ohle's a little shrimpy,"cTHEATER
counselor, Jim Betts, admitted ,he aitesrmyTHE TER
later that the team has been she giggled. "Go get him, this
kntertht thetam hasentK is your chance," her friend workshop & experimental
known to sit and chant Kill urged. theater company.
Ohio State" just before gameure tee c pny
time. FEW WOULD allow their Participants invited
'What if they offered you a names to be printed, perhaps
lot of money to go profession- they didn't want to admit that call F.WEPNER, Dr.
al?" one woman asked Smith. they ,too, could be "groupies".
"Like how much?" he laugh- "I just came down here be- OrigiThater Co.
ed "are you talking in mil- cause my brother's a football
lions?" fanatic. Really, I swear," said! 668-8277
freshman Bob Felsenfeld.
HE EXPLAINIED that a de- ---- -- - --
gree was more important to him
at this point
1313 S0. UNIVERSITY
nheeds may be
at the UN ION
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IT CALLS FOR substantial
repairs to the present Maynard LEADERS OF THE Republi-,
St. structure, William and can majority, however, expres-
Fourth structure, and both pur- Ised approval of the plan. May-
chase of and repairs to the For- or Pro Tem Louis Belcher (R-
est Avenue Carport. In addition, Fifth Ward) agreed with the
the plan includes construction of concept of a special assessment
two new parking ramps in the district so that, in his words:"
downtown area. "the people who benefit most
The total expected cost of the from improved parking will pay
overall plan, which comes to the most."
$5,550,000, will be divided be- The special assessment prin-
tween area businesses and resi-, cinle came under fire this sum-
dents, on the one hand, and the mer, when residents of the May-,
city on the other, as follows: nard-State area swarmed to City
f Sixty per cent to be levied Hall to protest assessment of
as a special assessment on their property for repairs to
property owners within an as- the Maynard St. parking ramp.
sessment district which corre-i It was that controversy which
soonds to the present Parking led to the establishment of the,:
Exempt District, and: Mavor's Committee.
- Forty per cent to be rais- lpelcher argued that even res-
Free clinic forced
to change location
(Continued from Page 1) She added it would be a long!
Since that meeting the clinic time before any final remodel-'
has changed hands, and the new ing plans are drawn up.
co-ordinators say they do not Other tenants, including Local
want to leave, because they Motion, a community service ,
have not yet found a relocation group, and A Woman's Book-;
site. store, say they have not receiv-
According to Schneider, when ed any written notice, but sus-
the original staff of the clinic pect they will eventually be
told Concepts Four it was plan- evicted because of the owner's
ping to move elsewhere, "we plans to remodel the structure.
responded on that basis." The DeLOOF LAST saidremodel-
owners began to seek new ten-remodel-
ants for the clinic's space. ing construction was due to be-
gin the first week in January.
JARVIS SAID he knew noth- She cnrmed that the other
ing of his predecessor's plans tenartG "ld eventually have
to leave by January, or if there to jib'" i'"Pwhere.
actually were such plans. When Until vesterday afternoon,;
he assumed the financial co-or- both Jarvis and DeLoof said,
dinator's position in mid-August, the Clinic was to be out of the
Jarvis said he was told by the building by January 1,
landlord that the Clinic would However, the landlord is now
have, at most, only one year to considering an extension of two
occupy the building. weeks, so the Clinic will have
Jarvis said he felt as if his time to relocate.
organization was being "forced DeLoof has also offered to
out into the street." help the organization find new
The building was purchased space.
with the intention of gradually "WHAT UPSET me most,"
refurbishing it, according to; Jarvis said, "is that the St. Jo-';!
Schneider."The previous land- seph Hospital's special walk-in
lord, did not have the time or clinic is shutting down perma-?
funds to maintain it, she said. nently, and there will be a lot
of low-income people without
THE CLINIC has occupied the services, if the Free People's
second floor of the building for Clinic cannot relocate.
about three years, according to: "It will cripple primary health,
Jarvis. care services in this area," he
The Clinic never had difficul- said.
soution toULithe ,1EUU1im, saiU
Her 'y. so ne is thetairest I
and the easiest to justify."
The only real opposition to
the report came from members
Liz Keogh (D-First Ward) and
Earl Greene (D-Second Ward).
KEOGH WAS especially un-
happy. She called the report a
"hoax," accused the Mayor of
"stacking the Committee" with
businessmen, and warned Coun-
cil the plan would force "the;
people of this city to subsidize1
the business interests in the'
Keogh described what shey
said would be "the devastating'
effects this will have on 'stu-
A special assessment, she
argued, amounts to a tax in-
crease on the stores involved
(most of the businesses in the
Central Campus area fall with-
in the snecial district). This,
Keogh claimed, would lead in-!
evitably to higher prices for
Greene was less adamant in!
his opposition, asking if any
alternative plans had been con-
sidered. Members of the com-
mittee assured him that several
plans, including a voluntary as-
sessment and a fringe-of-the-'
city parking scheme, had been
tried and had been "a dismal
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ty with the previous landlord. In
fact, Jarvis said relations with
current owners are favorable
under the circumstances.
DeLoof and Schneider said
their experience with the organ-
ization has been good. When the
new landlord required the Clinic
to clear a hallway of lounge fur-
niture and bulletin boards, the
tenant responded promptly,
JARVIS believes the landlord
plans to "kick out" all its cur-
rent tenants and transform the,
building's second floor into
"plush, high priced office
space," for such professionals
as doctors, lawyers and real es-
Asked if those plans were, in
fact, slated for the building,
Schneider said: "Our immediateE
plan is to stabilize the building.
We want to fix up code viola-
tions and meet city standards."k
UAC Musket/MM Productions present
a musical masterpiece
November 4,5, 6,7, 10, 11, 13
Group Rates and Dinner Theatre available.
Tickets on sale NOW at Ticket Central, 763-2071. A
fantastic production, not to be missed!
UAC Children's Theatre presents:
THE DISAPPEARING GOOBIES
Performance-Friday, Oct. 29, 4:30 & 7:30
Saturday, Oct. 30
Sunday, Oct. 31, 11:00, 2:00 & 4:30
at Residential College Theatre in East Quad
Advanced tickets sold at Ticket Central in the Michigan
Union. Adults 1.50$, children 1.00$.
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The Print Shop will make high-quality posters for you
at low, low prices! 18.00$ for 30 posters on heavy
weight paper, 500 mimeographed copies for 8.97$.
These prices just can't be bet-the lowest on campus
Call 763-1107 or Andy at 994-6418.
HOMECOMING '76-OCT. 28-30
THURS.: Pep Rally 7:30 P.M. at Sigma Chi
(next to the Union)
FRI.: Michigan Day-
Wear something Maize, Blue or with Michigan on it.
WUOM: 10 A.M.-7 P.M.-5th floor LSA Bldg.
Diag Daze: 3-5 P.M. on the Diag
JUDY COLLINS in Concert-$ P.M.
SAT.: SAE vs. Phi Delta Theta-10:30 A.M.
at the corner of S. University and Washtenaw
WUOM: 10 A.M.-2 P.M. 5th floor LSA Bldg.
UAC's HOMECOMING PARADE-12 NOON
Starts at the Michigan Union and will proceed down State
St. and turn right onto Hoover.
MICHIGAN vs. MINNESOTA 1:30 P.M.
MASQUERADE DISCO 9 P.M.-1 A.M.
S.50 cover at the door. Beer is $.25
AN EVENING OF
BIG BAND JAZZ
with Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra
Nov. 6, Michigan League Ballroom at 7:30 and 10 P.M.
Tickets are $4.50 and go on sale Oct. 28, at Michigan
Union, Schoolkids Records, and both Ann Arbor Discount
Records. Information: 763-1107,
SOPH SHOW '76
PRESENTS A MUSICAL COMEDY
"HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS
LITTLE MARY SUNSHINE
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre will be holding auditions for its
Dec. ' 15-19 production of Ric Besoyan's "Little Mary
TUES., OCT. 26 AT 7:30 P.M.
at the CIVIC THEATRE BUILDING; 201 Mulholland
EVERYONE (performers and tech) should attend the Tues.
meeting (1 hr. , Audition times will be assigned for
Tues., Wed. and Thurs. evenings.
Needed: 3M3W leads, 6M6W chorus, 3 character men
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