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GREEN WAY
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Sonia Schmerl, a member of the Old West Side Asso-
ciation Board also expressed support for the Greenway.
She said building on the floodway, which the DDA's
plan proposes, would not be conducive to the health of
downtown Ann Arbor. "Not making it any worse is not
the best we can do.... Developing a park would actually
improve conditions," Schmerl added.
But some residents expressed reservations about
the resolution at Monday night's meeting.
LSA senior Daniel Faichney said the adoption of
a full-scale greenway would hinder downtown busi-
nesses and would be, "environmentally irrespon-
sible and fiscally criminal," because development
would be moved to the outskirts of the downtown
area where it does not belong. He added that the
sites should be used as an investment tool for the
city and the goal should be to create new backyards
(where people can live).
University alum Emilie Baratta echoed City Council's
concerns, saying the passage of the resolution would,
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"prematurely stifle needed public debate about many
important issues." Baratta said that she was not opposed
to the idea of a greenway, but that further discussion is
essential to any plan for green space in the city.
"Right now, the debate seems to be parks ver-
sus parking," she added. "A more informed and
nuanced discussion - which the Easthope-Johnson
resolution would have silenced - is needed to fill
out the discussion and help all stakeholders agree
on how to achieve long-term economic stability for
Ann Arbor."
Like residents, City Council members voiced
varying opinions on whether to support the Green-
way resolution.
Councilmembers Christopher Easthope (D-5th
Ward) and Robert Johnson (D-Ist Ward), who spon-
sored the resolution, were the only two council-
members who voted for it.
"Greater density in the area has to be balanced with
open space," Easthope said. "I do believe that this resolu-
tion is in the best interest of my constituents."
Easthope urged the council to seize the opportunity to
embrace his vision of a greener Ann Arbor.

Johnson asked his fellow councilmembers, "Are we
satisfied by a good park system or do we want a great
one?" Johnson added that voting against the resolution
would deny any potential for a greenway in the city.
Despite Easthope and Johnson's statements, other
City Council members remained not convinced.
"This resolution is too rigid," said Leigh Greden
(D-3rd Ward). "This resolution ties the community's
hands."
"I am confident that we will create a real and viable
greenway," Greden added, in response to not supporting
the resolution.
Councilwoman Jean Carlberg (D-3rd Ward) also
expressed concern about City Council making a deci-
sion on Greenway too quickly.
"These proposals, which are intriguing and show
great promise need to be looked into," she said.
Many other councilmembers also expressed concern
for supporting a resolution at what they considered to be
a very early stage in the process.
"We need to leave all of our options open. ... We need
to remember the big picture," said Councilwoman Joan
Lowenstein (D-2nd Ward).

SAFE
Continued from page 1
about one conflict or problem."
MSA Rep. Tim Wiggins agreed, say-
ing, "To single out Israel as the only coun-
try that we have investments in that has
human rights violations, in my opinion, is
not right." He added that he would support
a resolution that called for investigations
into all of the University's investments that
might support human rights violators, not
just Israel.
But according to Salhi, as University rules
currently apply, any resolutions to investigate
investments must be case-specific, as was
the case when the University divested from
South Africa and tobacco companies.
MSA Rep. Riana Anderson said that
despite the resolution's narrow focus on
Israel, she believes it is necessary. Even
though the problem with companies
financing nations' unethical actions may

be more widespread than Israel, "it doesn't
mean I'm going to vote down one (resolu-
tion) because it doesn't include all coun-
tries," Anderson said.
MSA Rep. Laurel Harris agreed. "We're
going to have to single places out in order
to get things done," she said.
MSA Rep. Christopher Blauvelt said he
believes the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is
important enough to warrant its own reso-
lution. "For too long, the Palestinian issue
has been side-stepped at this university
and not treated fairly,"he said.
Blauvelt said he voted for the resolution
because he supports the Palestinian cause
and believes the University should imple-
ment its already-existing policy requiring
ethical investment.
MSA voted, 25 to 11, not to petition the
regents to create an advisory committee to
examine the University's relationships with
companies that support the Israeli occupa-
tion of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.

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