Page 6-Friday, May 25, 1979-The Michigan Daily
CITY COUNCIL HOPES FOR COMPROMISE WITH CORPORATION
By RICHARD B
population density %
sideration of Ann A
members when th
decision on a propose
for the city's south
day's council meeting
According to Fou
cilmember David F
Associates) plan .to
townhouse complex o
two weeks becaus
promises with the
SOUTH SIDE citiz
Residents oppose south side develo-
concerned about the effects of a major ACCORDING TO Fischer, the SAP
LANCH ARD increase in population in an area which was a result of the South Area compen-
n to excessive already meets recent population den- dium which analyzed the south side of
eas a major con- sity estimates. -Ann Arbor after 1973, and designated a
rbor City Council "Density is the key issue out here. We plan that would tone down the density
ey postponed a are being inundated with density," said problem.
ed housing project a resident of Brookside Subdivision, "Our main premise is that the
side at last Mon- which borders the proposed develop- development is not in compliance with
. ment. "Each development when the original density plan," said Linda
urth Ward coun- isolated from the total area can be Breed, whose house borders the
'ischer, the First justified, but when taken all together proposed development.
on's (Mulberry the impact on the area is staggering." E.L. Weathers of the City Planning
build a 150-unit The First Martin Corporation project Commission, said the developer is
tff the east end of would provide 40 one-bedroom units, 70 requesting that the area be rezoned to
y was tabled for two-bedroom units, and 40 three- allow construction of the townhouses.
e "We feel the bedroom units - resulting in a density BILL MARTIN, owner of the First
work out com- of nearly ten units per acre. This figure Martin Corporation, said.yesterday
residents of the exceeds a five-unit per acre limit that the 15.6 acre plan was submitted
established by the South Area Plan two years ago as 150 units designed for
ens said they are (SAP). housing of the elderly. He said at that
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2nd JOYOUS WEEK
"A Little Romance" is a theatre manager's dream, where every patron comes out
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miss it. To the thousands who have yet to enjoy this attraction due to vacation, picnics,
and other spring activities, we urge these busy people to put "A Little Romance" in
time there was no opposition from
However, because of recent citizen
opposition to the plan, Martin said, "We
are (now)evaluating a possible reduc-
tion in the amount of units -
somewhere in the area of 30."
Even if Martin proposes to lower the
total number of units by 30, area
residents said they still prefer a five-
unit per acre density. However, one
resident said, "We will be happy to sit
down with the developer and
BILL MARTIN, owner of the First
Martin Corporation, said yesterday
that the 15.6 acre plan was submitted
two years ago as 150 units designed for
housing for the elderly. He said at the
See CITIZENS, Page8
ATLANTA (AP) - An Emory
University freshwoman, armed with a
pistol and crouching on a second floor
balcony, held police at bay for two
hours yesterday after a dormitory con-
frontation left another young woman
School officials and a tennis teammate
of the armed student said she had been
emotionally troubled recently.
Tom Fernandez, Emory's vice-
president for student affairs, said
Janice Able Nunn of Rochester, N.Y.,
was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital
after she surrendered to police.
SHE WAS charged with one count of
aggravated assault, police said.
The injured student, Abby Jane
Novick, 18, of Roseland, N.J., was in
stable condition at DeKab General
Hospital with a gunshot wound in the
side, a university spokeswoman said.
Fernandez said an alert was posted
for Nunn after Novick was wounded at
Means Hall about 10:30 a.m.
SOON AFTER, he said, security of-
ficer Dick Campbell found Nunn on the
balcony of the Alumni Memorial
University Center. The area within
firing range was evacuated and police
sharpshooters surrounded the building.
Dressed in blue jeans, a yellow
jacket, and running shoes, the woman
alternately cradled her gun and waved
She also talked to friends through a
walkie-talkie provided by university
security guards, saying at one point, "I
needed someone tok hug me, and I wan-
ted you to hug me."
SHE ALSO SAID, "I think I'm going
to go to the hospital and I'm scared no
one will visit me."
A psychiatrist and several police of-
ficers, who crept up the steps to the
balcony, finally persuaded the woman
to hand over the gun.
Hundreds of people watched from
below as authorities led her away. She
cried and covered her head with a
BARBARA HUETTIG, a member of
the Emory tennis team, said Nunn ap-
peared to have problems adjusting to
campus life. "I think she has nt been
the most stable person," she said. "I
know the dean has been talking to her"
She said Nunn and Novick "really
didn't get along."
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