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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, Februar
1st, 3rd Ward primary issues var
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ry 14, 1982-Page 7.
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First Ward

Third Ward
By STACY POWELL

By STACY POWELL
The two candidates in Ann Arbor's
First Ward Democratic primary are
focusing on different issues for
tomorrow's election.
Incumbent Earl Greene said he is
concerned with revitalizing Ann Arbor
by bringing in new businesses, which he
said would improve problem areas such
as employment and housing.
LARRY HUNTER, a social worker
for the American Friends Sevice Com-
mittee, a Quaker educational
organization, said he believes that
direct improvement of social programs
and aid to the underpriveleged are the
most important issues to be addressed
by Council
Greene has been working on forming
a Downtown Development Authority,
which would solicit funds from the city
attract new businesses and to build mor
affordable housing and parking areas.
- These new facilities would bring new
money into Ann Arbor, according to
Greene. "A DDA will go a long way
toward developing more properties
which can be taxed, and those taxes will
be used to offset the loss of money from
Washington and Lansing," he said.
THE NEW PROJECT would also
create new jobs "which are definitely
needed," according to Greene.
Hunter said he thinks the City Council
is ignoring the problems of the poor and
unemployed of Ann Arbor. As a result,
hem said, "public drunkeness and
loitering" are increasing.
"These people are scrounging for

Earl Greene

Larry Hunter

The investment of the $43 millin city
worker's pension fund is the major
point of disagreement for the two can-
didates in Ann Arbor's Third Ward
Republican City Council primary.
Challenger Gary Hann, a real estate
professional, said he staunchly suppor-
ts investing the money generated by the
pension fund in businesses with no out-
of-state holdings. "That money is all
sitting out-of-state. That boggles my
mind," he said. "We could use some .
local investment. Let's take that
money and put it into our area."
INCUMBENT David Fisher,
however, said the idea is "a bunch of
poppycock," he said. "Who can you in-
vest ,in who just has holdings in
Michigan? That would take money
away from Ford, GM, Chrysler,
Michigan Consolidated, etcetera."
Fisher, who calls himself a financial
conservative added that if the pension
fund were invested in Michigan
businesses alone, the money would not
earn as much interest as it does now.
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City workers will not tolerate a reduc-
tion in their investment returns, he
said.
Hann said he is concerned that the
city is not responding to economic
challenges. "City government is
growing too large, now that times are
hard," he said. The putilic can not af-
ford to finance the many programs the
bigger government is creating, he
claimed.
Democrat Raphael Ezekiel, a
University associate professor in social
psychology, will face the winner of the
Third Ward Democratic primary in
April.
(A photo of Third Ward
Republican primary candidate
Gary Hann could not be obtained.)

David Fisher

food," he said. "They're ::mostly
unemployed, and some are alcoholics.
The city should investigate a way to
relocate these people."
GREENE, ALSO said the reduction
in federal support of the city's social
programs is "creating a tremendous
problem in the city. "You can't have a
community without those services."
To combat these problems, Greene
tried, unsuccessfully, to put on a
millage proposal on next April's ballot
which would direct more money toward
social programs. "I will continue to
work on it and try to get it on for
November," he said.
Improving the housing situation in
Ann Arbor, especially for tenants is a

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major concern of both candidates this
year.
GREENE SAID the DDA will create
new housing, which will make rent
more affordable. "More housing will
stabilize housing prices," he said.
"More housing available gives students
more alternatives. It also improves the
quality of the housing," he added.
Hunter said the City Council shuld
take advantage of this year's un-
precedented vacancy rate by enforcing
new, tougher regulations and building
codes for rental property.
If there was ever a time to take care
of . the tenants, this is it," he said. "I
want to make sure buildings are energy
efficient, safe, and have proper
lighting."
"LANDLORDS (should) have to
provide a sufficient anjount of parking
for their facility."
Hunter said he is also working to
provide transportation for the
Arrowwood Hills Cooperative, a low-
income housing unit. "It's not on the
main thoroughfare of Ann Arbor," he
said, explaining that the tenants need
some way to get to shopping areas.
Jeffrey Gallatin is running unopposed
in the First War Republican primary.

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