The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 2, 1992- Page 7
- Polk Wagner
makes all decisions regarding spe-
cial exception, and although the City
Council does not have any direct
impact on the ordinance, it appoints
the commission and could influence
the commission's decisions.
"I have not really examined these
special exception use permits," said
Tim Schrodel, a 2nd Ward
Libertarian. "But it seems pretty
bad. The City Council tends to use
the Greek system as a scapegoat."
Third Ward Republican Joe
O'Neal, who has been criticizing
City Council's partisan politics
throughout his campaign, compared
the confusion he said results from
strongly opposed parties to the con-
fusion he said will result from two
separate Ann Arbor police forces.
Instead of working against one
another, O'Neal said, "People must
put their heads together and work
Democratic incumbent Bob
Grady, from the 3rd Ward, said he
felt relations between students and
the city are improving.
"The fact that we have this body
here tonight speaks volumes about
the changes'in the interest Greeks
have taken in the city," Grady said.
Although IFC and Panhel had
originally planned to make an en-
dorsement, LSA first-year student
and IFC public relations chair David
Garcia said the forum existed as a
public service and the Greek associ-
ations wanted to remain objective.
really a critical time for this issue
on campus, especially with the issue
of deputization," he said.
Lee emerged onto the cinema
scene with his 1986 film, She's
Gotta Have It. Focusing on issues
concerning the roles of African
Americans in society, Lee received
both criticism and accolades when
he explored interracial dating in his
latest film, last summer's Jungle
In addition to being a filmmaker,
Lee is a visiting lecturer for a con-
temporary African American cin-
ema course at Harvard University.
Tonight, Lee is expected to ad-
dress challenges that he has faced
and continues to confront as an
African American, and will follow
his speech with a question and an-
swer session, Bernstein said.
"I'm expecting an entertaining
and educational evening. It's an op-
portunity for students to see and
hear a true leader, an observer,
someone who influences, and who
has a strong voice - not just in the
African American community but
the community at large," Bernstein
Lee will speak
Auditorium at 7:30.
will also be patrolling the bars to
make sure that they are not letting in
more people than they should."
He added that South University
Avenue will be blocked off from
in order to prevent problems involv-
Forces from the Washtenaw
County Sheriff's Department and the
University Department of Public
ternity and sorority houses need to
obtain special exception permits
before they can make changes to
their houses or move into a new
Representatives from the co-op
lnd Greek associations have said
that because they have to get per-
mission to buy a house, the ordi-
nance prevents them from existing
anywhere "by right" in the city.
"There has to be a place for fra-
ternities and sororities," said 2nd
Ward candidate Peter Fink. "But I
can tell you for sure that every in-
stance should be decided on its own
The city Planning Commission
Namerow agreed, saying Lee
should be of interest to people of
all colors. "My hope is that not just
Black students show up, but an
equal number of whites show up -
and whether or not they like what
he talks about - they discuss it,"
"If they do that, that's what the
group set out to accomplish," he
body - this should be a happy,
peaceful celebration," Kistka said.
"But if property starts getting dam-
aged and windows are being broken,
it will not be tolerated."
Kistka said tear gas will be avail-
able in case it is needed.
"It could be an option if things
get out of hand and it is in the best
interest of public safety."
Harrison said everyone should
celebrate victory but make sure to be
considerate of other people and
"I'm optimistic that all of the
students understand the difference
between what is appropriate and
what is not appropriate," he said.
- Gary Kistka
Ann Arbor Police Captain
Washtenaw Avenue to East
University Avenue, as will sections
of Church Street and Forest Street,
Safety will provide support and
backup aid to Ann Arbor police.
"Our goal is not to arrest any-
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