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City council hopefuls express views

CITY COUNCIL
Continued from Page 1A

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squander this opportunity on erant ba
insignificant amounts of land." the Ann
"I would support going back to and the
the table to work out a truly vision- would l
ary proposal that balances environ- board s
mental concerns and business that stud
interests," Kinsey added. of unfair
Besides Proposal B, the candidates He sai
have tried to address other issues separate
they believe concern students. system a
Sheill advocates of redistricting minors i
the wards to create one ward that tions, as
includes most University students. In res
"There are no students on city coun- provide
cil - that is a problem and it shows in and ren
the amount of attention the city council "I suppo
currently gives to our constituency be smar
because we do not vote as often as some op
the michigan daily

mographics," he said.
Kinsey said he thinks the
ffective in maintaining a tol-
alance in relations between
Arbor Police Department
students, Trudeau said, "I
ike to see an independent
et up to address complaints
dents and also residents have
r violations."
id the police board should be
from the AAPD and the court
and could address parking and
n possession of alcohol viola-
well as other complaints.
ponse to the city's need to
more affordable housing
ting options, Trudeau said,
ort more density but it has to
t ... the council has missed
pportunities of keeping rent

and housing costs low."
He suggested setting up accesso-
ry apartments or "granny flats" that
lets homeowners create small apart-
ments and rent them out, which
would also supplement their own
incomes.
Trudeau also said the city could
build one-story buildings spanning
several streets, rather than 10 or 50-
story apartment buildings.
But Kinsey had another opinion
on housing. "I think Ann Arbor is
headed in the right direction ...
(housing is) affordable to people
who live here."
He added that the city has been set
up to protect the renters' rights but the
free market affects rental prices.
Higgins was unavailable for com-
ment.

LEO
Continued from Page IA
1,500 non-tenure-track instructional staff
on the Ann Arbor, Flint and Dearborn
campuses.
Graduate Employees Organization
members, who filed a grievance and an
unfair labor practice charge because they
say the University unfairly added a pre-
mium to their health care, also rallied
yesterday.
Students Organizing for Labor and
Economic Equality also showed support
for LEO and GEO at the rally. SOLE
member Marlowe Coolican said students
also benefit when lecturers and Graduate
Student Instructors' demands are met.
"If our GSIs and lecturers aren't paid
well, they won't be able to teach to their
potential." Coolican said.
The LEO and University bargaining
teams will continue to meet on Fri-
days and eventually reach a contract
agreement.

BIG WIN
Continued from Page IA
important breakaway saves that shut
down Notre Dame's speedy attack.
The defensive line helped fend off
the 19 shots that Notre Dame mus-
tered.
The defense "was solid," Tuura
said. "They had so much heart and
were so intense the whole game.
I'm so proud of them."
Notre Dame had trouble putting
together a cohesive attack at times
and was caught offside seven times
as a result of the Wolverines' quick-
moving defense.
"I thought we played poorly in all
phases of the game today," Notre
Dame coach Randy Waldrum said.
"But all credit to Michigan. I
thought they played very well
today."
The win could be the key to
Michigan's postseason hopes. The

Wolverines can use the momentum
going into the Big Ten Tournament.
And by staying above .500 and
defeating a No. 2 team late in the
season, Michigan may be able to
get off the bubble and gain a defi-
nite bid to the NCAA Tournament.
"When it came down to the wire,
we didn't give up," Rademacher
said. "We held it. That just gives us
confidence, and we're feeling
good."

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