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Page 4- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988

STUDENTS AND ANN ARBOR

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det mal'ed ROBIN LOZNAK/Daily
Ann Arbor resident Christopher Grilli takes a breather by the fountains at Briarwood Mall,
located on State Street near I-95. After following the obstacle course of fountains, stairs,
ramps and other wastes of public space, visit some of the 125 stores, as six million people
do per year.

Voting
Continued from Page 2
dayime homeless shelter.
Jesse Levine, LSA senior and
forter president of College
Democrats, said student apathy in
city politics is abundant.
"There are other people who
aren't as well off (as most students).
Students should devote part of their
time and future toward working for a
better environment," Levine said.
ttE ATTRIBUTED the problem
of student apathy in local elections
to - the candidates' failure to
communicate with students, saying,
"the message is not coming through
that there are important endeavors in
the' public sector that students can
make a contribution to."
Phillips, similarly, contrasted
Jesse Jackson's ability to gain stu-
dent support with the failure of
Democratic city council candidates
to do the same.

Mayor
Gerald Jernigan
Presides over and votes in city coun
cil meetings. Has veto power over
council actions.
City
Administrator
SGodfrey Collins
Appointed by mayor and city coun-
cil. Supervises city operations based
on council policy.
City Council
Ten members, two from each of the
city's five wards, plus the mayor.
Makes laws, controls policy, taxa-
tion and budget.
ZINN/Daily Graphic
MSA tries to encourage students allow voters to register through the
to register for elections, but "there mail.
just aren't enough people out there
to register everyone to vote," said
MSA Vice President Susan Over- CLASSIFIED ADS!
dorf. Overdorf said the present
registering procedure in Michigan is Call 764-0557
a difficult one and suggests the state

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