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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, April 4, 2001 - 7

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CITYenforce quo-
CIT tas. Instead,
Continued from Page 1 this new plan
is geared towards the recruitment process.
"The goal is to have our staff reflect our communi-
ty," Steiner said. "This plan will be another manage-
ment tool to ensure an adequate applicant pool."
Steiner added that if the city finds any department
does not represent the demographic make-up of the
available workforce, the city will have the ability to
reprimand and make amends in that particular depart-
ment.
The Michigan Department of Consumer and Indus-
try Services stipulates that any federal contractor, such
as the city of Ann Arbor, receiving $50,000 or more in
federal funds, needs to have a plan in place ensuring
equality and diversity, said Steiner.
City Attorney Abigail Elias said the new policy will
comply with federal regulations. "The best way to
increase diversity in the workplace is to increase diver-
sity in applicants," she said. "If all goes well, those
hired should reflect the workforce they are gathered

from."'
Elias assured that the city already strives to promote
diversity and fairness in its hiring procedures, but the
new policy would clarify and set necessary stipula-
tions. "The current department is good in ensuring
appropriate employment practices - the document
may lay it out more clearly," she said.
Elias said one of the reasons the affirmative action
plan has taken so long is due to revised state regula-
tions in November and language issues. The human
resources office hopes to submit the plan at the first
council meeting in May, and Elias said she sees no rea-
son the policy would not pass.
After passing a resolution last June supporting affir-
mative action at the University, several city officials
said they were disappointed with U.S. District Judge
Bernard Friedman's ruling last week that the Law
Schools use of affirmative action was unconstitutional.
Councilwoman Heidi Herrell (D-Ward III) said the
decision against the University upset her. "I believe in
affirmative action and feel it is very necessary to right
past injuries," Herrell said. "It is very important that

those who come from homogenous towns learn diver-
sity first-hand at a University."
Herrell added that she is impressed the University
utilized so much effort in the courts and said diversity
is an issue that the city and University see eye to eye
on. "Ann Arbor and the University have a tradition of
being very forward-thinking. People will be glad that
the University tried to do the right thing," she said.
"They will think it is very typical of Ann Arbor."
Councilwoman Jean Carlburg (D-Ward I1) said
affirmative action is necessary to ensure the quality of
education that the University stands for.
"I am greatly disappointed at this ruling that will not
allow the diversity necessary to create good lawyers,"
she said. "This is a setback to the Law School, the stu-
dents and the community."
Carlburg said the lawsuit did not take into consider-
ation the diversity that is coveted by the city of Ann
Arbor.
"The court was not at all attuned to the importance
of diversity not only in the student body, but in every
community activity," Carlburg said.

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PROTEOME TECHN. LAB seeks
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SCOREKEEPERS PUB & GRILL is now
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STUDENTS! NOW ACCEPTING
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ROSS
Continued from Page 1
Throughout the speech, however,
Ross expressed a firm conviction that
peace is reachable. "Eventually we will
get to the point where the ideas we put
on table in December will form a basis
of future agreements,"he said.
They will come back to the peace
process, just as they did before, he
added.
Although most members of the audi-
ence seemed to respond favorably to
what Ross said, LSA sophomore and
Arab Student Association member
Brenda Abdellall said she considered
Ross' speech tilted toward Israel.
"ie failed to address the issue as
from the Palestinian perspective and he
continually quoted how many Israelis

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specialists in nature, ropes course, biking,
gymnastics, drama, dance, tennis, camping
and swimming. Internships avail. as well as
office and supervisory positions. Bus driving
positions avail. for 21 and up. (800) 659-
4332 or e-mail: Elise@campdiscovery.com
FIND YOUR SUMMER JOB NOW!!!
We have many positions in and around Ann
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Administrative Assistant
Data Entry
General Office
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Assembly
Light Industrial
Shipping/Receiving
Apply Mon. - Thurs.
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GOLF COURSE POSITIONS
The University of Michigan Radrick Farms
Golf Course is seeking people who are
motivated and conscientious to fill grounds
crew and club house positions for the
summer. Positions available immediately.
Contact Paul Scott at 734 998-7040 or e-mail
plscott@umich.edu. A Non-Discriminatory
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conduct its Commercial Vendor Fair at three
campus area locations (Central, Hill area, and
North campuses) during its 2001 Fall Student
Move-In, August 30-September 1, 2001.
Those approved to participate in the
Commercial Vendor Fair are also eligible to
participate in the Summer Orientation
Vendor Bazaar, June 4-Aug. 3, at no
additional cost. The Commercial Vending
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for selling items to students, who wish to
acquire items for outfitting their residence
hall rooms. Vending by non-registered
commercial agents is not permitted at or near
U-M residence halls during the Fall Move-In
or, at all, during Summer Orientation. The
booklet, Guidelines for the Commercial
Vending Programs, provides info. about the
two programs. This year's registration fee is
$300, and each 1Oft. by 18ft. vendor space is
$200. To pickup a copy of the Guidelines,
you may visit U-M's Housing Information
Office (8am-5pm M-F), 515 East Jefferson
(corner of Jefferson and Maynard Streets),
1011 Student Activities Building in Ann
Arbor. To receive a copy of the Guidelines
by mail, contact Housing Information by
telephone at (734) 763-3164/5, or via e-mail
at housing@umich.edu. All eligible
applications must be received in house by
5PM Tuesday, May 8, 2001. Uni. Housing is
not responsible for apps. arriving (for
whatever reason) after the noted deadline.

have died and not once did he mention
how many Palestinians have died, once
again cheapening the deaths of the
Palestinians in comparison to the Israeli
deaths,"she said.
LSA sophomore Eric Bukstein, chair-
man of the Israel-Michigan Public
Affairs Committee, disputed Abdelall's
statement and said Ross offered an
objective view.
"I think lie had this perspective that
no one else can claim. He was the chief
negotiator for the United States, so who
else had access to the sides?" he asked.
"What he has been able to facilitate
has been unthinkable and to say that he
comes at it from a one-sided perspective
is to deny, you know, that there has been
this much progress made to this point.
To accuse hin of being one-sided is
rhetoric." Bukstein said.

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A FUN SUMMER JOB that makes a
DIFFERENCE. Work with children as
general counselors from 6/18-8/17. Must live
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adj. areas. Email Willowaydc@aol.com or
Call Willoway Day Camp 248-932-2123.
******GRADUATING SENIORS******
e-meds and biology and chemistry majors
'ne year Full-time positions in research with
New enzyme immunoassays or
New transgenic mice strains.
Both positions include clinical exposure with
New drug delivery systems.
Fax resume to 734.665.0642 or
E-mail becohan@umich.edu
***RESIDENT MANAGERS WANTED
for Fall 2001. Looking for On Site Resident
Mgrs. at 3 locations. Excellent income
opportunity with. flexible hours. Stop by
Varsity at 625 Church St. for details.
ACTION, CURTAIN, LIGHTS... Be a part
of what's happening this summer! Positions
are available in the box office of the Ann
Arbor Summer Festival & University
Musical Society. Call Ron at 763-3100.

IN,

LOOKING FOR SUMMER CHILD
CARE for 2 children, ages 12 and 8. Plus
some foreign language instruction. 35
hours/week. We will provide free room and
board + negotiable weekly stipend. 1 BR,
private bath, living room in Northern
Oakland County. (248) 628-1543 - nights,
or (810) 523-4879 -days.

So you think
you're qualified
for a job other than
flipping burgers?

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AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE
beginning Sept. 2001. Special
person/persons wanted to take over for our
graduating seniors. 4 to 5 afternoons/week,
3-6pm, in Ann Arbor. Three great kids, ages
10 to 12. Help with homework,
transportation to activities (must have own
car) and most important, have fun! May job
share with a friend. Good pay, good times.
Call Lisa@769-8440 or Elaine@662-3992
ASST. TEACHER (LOVE TODDLERS).
Cook, clean, organize, enjoy pets and outside
Full time and Summer=$6000. 769-2795.
CHILDCARE and light housekeeping--
Mon, Tues, Thurs, for 3 kids in our Ann
Arbor home. Car, references and reliability
required. 665-0257.
ENERGETIC AND LOVING individual to
care for 2-yr. old boy. Needed 2 nights/wk
plus flex. schedule mornings/afternoons.
Refs. req. (734) 995-1744.
EXPERIENCED P.T. SITTER needed in
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