Page 12-Wednesday, February 20, 1980-The Michigan Daily
Baker reassures supporters of hi
By LISA LAVA-KELLAR
Special to The Daily
BLOOMFIELD - Americans have had enough of
Jimmy Carter -just ask Howard Baker.
The Republican presidential hopeful blasted Carter
in one breath and rallied around his own cause in the
next at a fundraiser at Roma's of Bloomfield last
"In 1976 we elected a president and never bothered
to ask what he would do. The result has been a
disaster," said the Senate minority leader who
received a thundering ovation in response..
BAKER BRIEFLY mentioned the upcoming New
Hampshire primary, and suggested that the public
opinion polls may not be telling the entire story. "I
suspect that undecided is ahead there," he said with a
The Republican senator .from the usually
Democratic state of Tennessee is also known for his
ability to unite liberals and conservatives. He at-
tributed this knack to his father.
"He told me, 'You can run as a Republican or a
Democrat, but if elected, you represent everyone.'
I've tried all my life to follow that advice," Baker
BAKER STRESSED the importance of talking
about issues in this campaign - but never once ad-
dressed an issue during his 15-minute oration in
which he concentrated on drumming up support for
his presidential bid.
The senator pooh-poohed the ability of the other
candidatess to get elected in November and warned
Republicans not to get mesmerized with the
nominating process. "You have to remember the ob-
ject is to win in November," Baker said.
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Restrictions against the use of some
solar power, and other alternative
energy devices and development would
be eased if a four-bill packet presented
yesterday to the state House is passed.
City, township, and county zoning or-
dinances and covenants that hinder the
development of solar, wind, water, and
wood burning energy sources would be
unenforceable and void according to
the bills sponsored by Reps. Perry
Bullard (D-Ann Arbor) and Mike
Benane (D-Detroit). Existing ordinan-
ces deemed necessary to protect the
public health and safety would be left
IN WASHTENAW County and in
townships within the county, there is no
legislation restricting alternative
energy development, on houses which
comply with building codes. And in Ann
Arbor, the only ordinance which might
effect alternative energy users is a
building height limit of 30 feet, accor-
ding to Jerry Scofield, city zoning ad-
ministrator. The height restriction
might hinder use of some solar energy
devices on roofs, for example.
"It's (alternative energy develop-
ment) so new that city regulations have
not directly addressed the issue,"
Scofield said. But, he added, such
legislation would bring hidden covenan-
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ienting the people of Michigan and Govet-
n in particular, Baker emphasized his ap-
for his listeners' political and financial
'S SPEECH last night was the third
raisers in Bloomfield which added a t
o the Baker campaign fund.
ority of individuals in the affluent-looking
50 went out with smiles on their faces and
ons on their lapels.
ong the three-piece suits and designer
figure clad in a bulky sweater stood alone.
r Democratic chairman of Bradley County,
Claude Holmes commented, "Baker gets
h everyone." "We've never had many
s from our state, you know."
get near him and forget whether they
s or Democrats," Holmes said.
ts -such as unenforceable promises
between neighborhood groups - to
"No one is going to adopt a coven#
or ordinance which says in effect,
'Solar energy panels cannot be used on
houses'," said Bullard aide Dan Sharp.
"It's much more subtle than that."
SHARP SAID ordinances in Ann Ar-
bor might include other restrictions in
addition to the height limit, but to un-
cover 4these would require systematic
review of the city code.
If passed, Michigan's alternative
energy bill would be one of the m
comprehensive in the country, acc
ding to Sharp.
California recently enacted laws
eliminating restrictive covenants, but
kept local zoning classifications which
interfered with solar equipment use.
New York, on the other hand, updated
its ordinances but did nothing about
"Each (state) addresses only one
half of the problem rather than the
whole," Sharp said. .
THERE ARE NO opponents to
bill as yet, Sharp said. But yesterday
was the bill's second visit to the
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