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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, June 4, 1977

Page Ten THEMICHIG N DAILY Saturday, June 4, 197

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hed something. I
anges coming now
y be that the land-
mmittee to be dis-
recommendations
haven't made our
e substantive eco-
tends to extend -the
ee although he is
itinue it as a may-
embers appointed
:e it a formal com-
pointed by him and
ign the committee
near future. "I see
ortage of housing
lief from it, what
the cost of housing
p. I have it in my
ge that committee
sort of emergency

'Wheeler also stated that he might ask the
committee to study the quality of city hous-
ing code inspections-"We get so many com-
plaints."
As for the housing shortage, Wheeler's
personal plan of attack can be summed up
in three words: "lobby for money." His re-
cently approved '77-'78 budget in fact pro-
vides for a mayoral assistant whose pri-
mary responsibility will be in Wheeler's
words, "finding out where the bucks are
and how to get them. Somebody who will
keep in close contact with Washington to
see when programs and monies first be-
come available so that we're theretfirst and.
not last.
Wheeler points out that government sub-
sidies must be sought to house local low
and moderate income families in new hous-
ing. At the same time it will be unfortunate
if the city's attempts to alleviate the hous-
ing shortage are focused primarily on fed-
eral programs which are bureaucratic and
often unreliable. Those programs do not
address the basic local problems of high
rents, irresponsible bank lending policies,
unresponsive landlords, inflexible city zon-
ing, and inequitable property tax assess-
ments. However, if the city's business and
financial leaders continue to ignore the real
housing needs of students and other mod-
erate and low income area residents; if
they continue to resist any regulation in
the housing market; if they continue to
oppose innovations which might not directly
profit them; a broad variety of solutions
will be reduced to one: federally built or
subsidized housing.

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