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Thursday, May 27, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Credit Union proposes housing plan

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The two programs are entirely
separate, however, according to
Peter Ostafin, associate director
of student community relations
and secretary to UCU.
Ostafin says the CHP program
is primarily for additional single
a student accommodations, while
the UCU project is not actually
a University project, but relates
to people associated with the
University community.
Ostafin describes the UCU
project as "exquisite," and says
it would "do justice to the beau-
f. tiful site" - 25 acres on the
northwest egment of the inter-
section of Huron Parkway and
Glacier Way, just east of the
Arborcrest Cemetery-presently
owned by the University.
The Regents approved reser-
vation of the site for the UCU
f project in July, 1970, provided
UCU made substantial progress
toward effectuating the plan.
The University is expected to
sell the land to the corporation
for around $300,000.
"We have designed quite an
SBirdproblems
(Continued from Page 1)
quite sure who initiated the an-
ti-pigeon campaign. President
Robben Fleming says he "re-
members seeing a letter with
something about it," but refers
questions to James Brinkerhoff,
director of business operations
at the University.
Brinkerhoff says it is not his
office, but Donald Wendel's
Plant Department that knows
about the program of bird re-
'~pelling.
And Wendell himself is alo
elusive about the subject.
He is unable to give either the
number of buildings that were
being treated with Avitrol until
the advent of the ban earler
this week, or an approximation
AV of the cost of the program.
Wendel also professed, until
The Daily informed him to the
contrary, that Avitrol would not
kill birds.
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extraordinary and exciting pro-
posal, but it doesn't really look
like we're going to get it," says
Ostafin. "It is probably just too
rich for the housing authority's
blood."
UCU V i c e President Arthur
Reed, Grad, agrees, saying "I
am not very optimistic that the
plan will be found feasible."
Reed says the meeting today
will be with MSHDA, and he,
along with another UCU mem-
ber, "will try to get them to see
eye to eye."
Most likely, Reed says, the
housing authority will reject the
project, pleading lack of funds,
and UCU will be forced to con-
sider alternative proposals on a
lesaer scale.
"Hopefully," he adds however,
"the housing authority will be
honest and level with us so that
we can find out just what we
should be dong."t mnr-
Reed explains the main prob-
lem is that the state wants the
project to be phased, so that
only about 150 units are con-
structed annually for the next
four years. UCU desires all the
units to be built at once, Reed
says, so that it can keep rents

down by taking advantage of
quantity buying of fixtures.
The present plans call for a
unique semicircle of townhouse"
"clusters." with one medium or
high rise complex in the middle.
The original occupants will
members of the credit unions
cluded in the corporation, with
the possible exception of scat-
tered public housing units which
are expected to be deployed
among the various segments of
the project. Thereafter, mem-
bership would be limited to mem-
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