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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, April 4, 1982-Page 5

Cit Council election issues for1982
BallotPproposals Piling places
Ballo propsalsnear campus

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PROPOSAL A
hall the city of Ann Arbor, County of Washtenaw,
Michigan, be authorized to acquire a public utility to fur-
ritsh light, heat and power?

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PROPOSAL C
Shall the City of Ann Arbor, County of Washtenaw,
Michigan, borrow the principal amount of not to exceed
Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) and issue its
general obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the
purpose of acquiring and constructing improvements to the
City of Ann Arbor's Farmers Market consisting of en-
closures, expansions, and site acquisition together with all
necessary attachments and appurtenances?
PROPOSAL D
Shall the City of Ann Arbor, County of Washtenaw,
Michigan, borrow the principal amount of not to exceed
Three Million Dollars ($3,000,000) and issue its general
obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the purpose of
acquiring and construction improvements to street and
roads together with all necessary appurtenances in the City
of Ann Arbor?

PROPOSAL E
Shall the City of Ann Arbor, County of Washtenaw,
Michigan, be authorized to make its unlimited tax pledge
securing its contractual obligation to the Ann Arbor
Building Authority for the payment of its annual Cash Ren-
tals which in the aggregate do not exceed Five Hundred
Thousand Dollars ($500,000), which obligation was made in
connection with the issuance of the Ann Arbor Building
Authority Bonds (Community Building), dated January 1,
1980?
PROPOSAL F
Shall the City of Ann Arbor, County of Washtenaw,
Michigan, borrow the principal amount of not to exceed
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000) and issue its
general obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the
purpose of acquiring and constructing improvements to the
City of Ann Arbor's Michigan Theatre?

PROPOSAL B
Sh 11 the City of Ann Arbor, County of Washtenaw,
Michigan, borrow the principal amount of not to exceed
Eight Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($850,000) and issue
itsgeneral obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the
purpose of acquiring and constructing improvements to
major roads and intersections in the City of Ann Arbor?

Candidates and the issues

ISSUES

Energy

Housing

Priorities

Student
Involvement

Ballot
Proposals

first Ward
Larry
hunter (D)
Jeffrey
G1a1ati n
Second Ward
James
JIlow (R)
Unopposed

Feels the passing of the ballot proposals
will allow the city to study problems in
this area.

Encourages tenants' unions and
students to be selective and wants to
continue to prevent discrimination in
housing.

To maintain quality city services, ef-
ficiency in government and keep
human services an important issue.

Feels city officials should seek out.
students' opinions and encourages
students to take part in city gover-
nment particularly in those areas that
affect them, like housing.

Yes on all proposals.

Thinks the city should investigate
solutions to energy problems.

Would like to see students get better
living conditions, cleaner, larger, bet-
ter maintained apartments and houses
at the cheapest possible rent.

Tenants' rights.

Thinks students should be more in-
volved, but thinks the mayor and city
council would rejectthem.

No on all proposals.

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Thinks it should be under the jurisdic-
tion of private enterprise, that it is not
the place of the city council to get in-
volved.

Encourages moderate-cost develop-
ment housing in the downtown area.

Keeping taxes down and keeping a lid
on inflation.

Supports student involvement in city
government.

No on A, C, D.
Yes on B, E, F.

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Third Ward
Raphael
Ezekiel (D)
David
Fisher (R)
Incumbent
. Fourth Ward
Gerald
Jernigan (R)
0t
Unopposed
Fifth Ward
Katherine Kool
7 f ,W,

Calls for the expansion of curbside
recycling for all of Ann Arbor, hydro-
electric power from dams,, solar
energy, and otheralternative energy
sources aside from'nuclear power. Has
close ties with ecology and recycling
groups.

Supports a weatherization proposal and
plans to work on making good lighting
and locks mandatory in housing
facilities for crime prevention.

Getting the city involved in human ser-
vices like scholarships for day care, aid
to health-care facilities, job counseling
for low income and unemployed people
through grassroots community groups
and the prevention of sexual violence
and domestic assaults.

Plans to work with students closely.

Yes on all proposals.

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Stresses the need to encourage
recycling and not wasting energy.
Strongly supports the two hydro-
electric dams at Barton Pond and Argo
Park.

Supports trying to find alternative for-
ms of housing, including senior citizens'
housing, to increase the vacancy rate
and force landlords to improve con-
ditions and prices of rental property in
order to compete for tenants.

Would like to see improvements in city
services, and the effectiveness of police
and fire forces.

Is willing to meet with students.

Yes on B.
No on A, C, D.
Undecided on E, F.

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Feels it is not up to the city council, but
a federal concern.

Feels it is not up to the city council, but
a federal concern.

Keeping taxes low.

Supports student involvement.

Yes on B.
No on A, C, D, E, F.

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Feels the city must become more self-
sufficient in its energy sources rather
than relying on imported energy. Is a
strong supporter of a city recycling
program.

Wants to encourage private construc-
tion of more affordable and energy-
efficient' housing for low-income and
elderly citizens. Wants to investigate a
proposal to convert portions of parking

To properly represent the Fifth Ward
by facilitating in all disputes between
the citizens there and the rest of the
city. Wants to upgrade the maintenance
system for drainage and streets, as well
act masafnr mn a0anna-fl,,nnaran ln

Feels the city government has a strong
effect on student community and
strongly encourages student par-
ticipation in Ann Arbor politics.

Yes on all proposals.

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