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Detroit primary first step to new mayor
Young's retirement leaves
DETROIT (AP) - With Coleman
oung on the sidelines for the first time
n20 years, voters in the city's mayoral.
rimary today take the first step in choos-
ng a new leader of a city plagued by
rime, decaying neighborhoods and
the non-partisan primary, from which
he top two vote-getters will advance to
he Nov. 2 general election.
Newspaper and television polls in-
icate former state Supreme Court Jus-
ce Dennis Archer is a shoo-in for one
pot on the general election ballot.
Archer, Young's campaign manager
n 1977, resigned his Supreme Court
eat to begin campaigning 2 1/2 years
efore Young announced his decision Archer
ot to run again. civic grot
Leading contenders for the second former leg
pot are Sharon McPhail, deputy assis- Young wa
ant in the Wayne County Prosecutor's Young
office and a former Young appointee to his fifth te
he Detroit Police Commission, and he no long
Arthur Blackwell, Wayne County Com- Hehasnot
nission chairman and chairman of the been quiet
Wayne County Port Authority. Arches
Lagging in public opinion polls are the Detro
U.S. Rep. John Conyers, who placed troit New
bird in the 1989 mayoral primary, and McPhail
Paul Hubbard, former president of the weekly BI
his former campaign manager leads
disinvestment are overwhelming," said
John Mogk, a professor at Wayne State
University law school.
Detroit has had multimillion-dollar
budget deficits for the past four years.
Two years ago, the city was forced to
borrow $106 million to pay for its short-
fall. It ended the past fiscal year $30
million in the red.
Then there's the crime issue. Young
notes, rightly, that crime is down. But
about 600 homicides were reported in
the city in both 1991 and 1992. Detroit
ranked fourth highest in the nation in
murders per 1,000 residents in 1991.
The city's population is still declin-
ing - down to half its 2 million peak in
1950. The job and tax bases are shrink-
"What the city lacks and what none
of the candidates have addressedis what
is the vision for Detroit for 20 years
from now, and and how will Detroit fit
into the region," Mogk said. "It will
never again be the industrial and popu-
lation center of the region, so what will
The influential Black Slate of the
Shrine of the Black Madonna, a Chris-
tian Black nationalist church that was
instrumental in helping elect Young in
1973, is refusing to endorse acandidate.
up New Detroit Inc. and a
islative intern to Young when
s a state senator.
75, announced.in June that
rm would be his last because
ger has the energy for the job.
tendorsed a successor and has
t throughout the campaign.
r earned the endorsement of
it Free Press, while The De-
s endorsed both Archer and
for the primary. The city's
ack newspaper, the Michigan
Chronicle, supports Archer.
Reducing crime, revitalizing neigh-
borhoods, spurring economic develop-
ment and improving relations between
predominantly Black Detroit and its
mostly white suburbs have been the
candidates' major issues.
The problem is: How much can re-
ally be done?
'The city's current condition is in
such a state of decline that the problems
that the mayor faces in being able to
reverse the trend of deterioration and
is now hiring for positions
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