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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE senior Eric De La Rose (above) meets with
prospective employers at a Minority Graduate School and Career Confer-
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Rent control
proposal will
appear on
Ypsi ballot
BY MARK PARRENT
Ypsilanti residential rents could be
frozen at their September 1979 levels if
voters approve a rent control proposal
in April, according to supporters of the
measure.
Ypsilanti's City Council Monday
night backed the placement of the
proposal on the April city ballot, accor
ding to Councilman Harold Baize. TI
proposal would have appeared on the
ballot even if the council had not voted
its support.
TIlE PROPOSAL was initiated by
citizens who circulated a petition,
which is necessary to put any measure
on the city ballot. Eric Jackson, an Yp-
silanti resident who coordinated much
of the effort, said ,the proposal would
place most city rents under the control
of a new. Rent Authority which wou
have to approve most rent increases.
"The Rent Authority would have the
power to raise or lower rents based on
guidelines," Jackson said last night. He
added most rents in the city would be
frozen until the Rent Authority could be
elected next November, should voters
approve the measure.
Jackson said the authority would ap-
prove rent increases only if the landlord
could meet certain conditions, such as
cost increase justification, buildi
code compliance, and proper main
.tenance.
CERTAIN FORMS of housing would
not be covered by the measure, in-
cluding government-owned or ad-
ministered housing, fraternities,
sororities, hotels and motels, and
cooperatives.
Jackson said newly constructed
housing also would not be subject to the
control of the proposed Rent Authority.
He said nw buildings would be exem
in order to encourage new resident
construction in the city.
Fred Gruber, a local landlord who
said he is the official spokesman of' a
landlords' association, would not com-
ment last night.
BOTH BAIZE and Jackson said they
expect area landlords to challenge
the measure in court if the voters ap-
prove it in April. Baize estimated that
the proposal has a "50-50" chance .o
passing.
As in Ann Arbor, much of the rental
housing in Ypsilanti is occupied Oy
students. Jackson said a reduced
student demand for housing in recent
years has not resulted in a correspon-
ding drop in the rate of rent increases.

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