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June 19, 1987 - Image 2

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Page 2-The Michigan Daily-Friday, June 19, 1987

City stalls
sister city

A garbage truck provided by Ann
Arbor for its sister city in Juigalpa,
Nicaragua may not depart until
August because the Ann Arbor City
Council vetoed a proposal to buy
the truck.
Legal complications concerning
the truck's donation arose when
Ann Arbor City Attorney Bruce
Laidlaw said state law prohibits
Michigan cities to act as charities,

thereby requiring someone to pur -
chase the vehicle. "Sending a truck
there would be beyond (the city's)
authority," Laidlaw said.
He added that the question of
liability in case of an accident or
seizure of the truck during its 4,000
mile drive to Juigalpa further
complicated the issue.
Council members decided that
the city will release $16,900 in do -
nations to buy the truck to the task

force if someone assumes owner -
ship of the truck. The funds are
now sitting in a city account. He
added the city of Juigalpa may
assume ownership, since it will be
the ultimate owners of the truck.
Kip Eckroad, who visited Juigal-
pa in November with a 17-member
delegation and one of the three men
scheduled to drive the truck to Nica -
ragua, was angered by the decision.
"We had been assuming, appar -
UCAR fights
with Freedo
The United Coalition Against
Racism (UCAR) will continue their
fight against racism throughout the
summer months by sponsoring the
Freedom Summer School - a
series of educational seminars con -
ducted by visiting speakers and stu -
dents from other universities plagu -
ed by racism.y
"We want to sustain the level
of organization and education about
racism on campus. We don't want
people to think the racism issue
ended because people left for the
summer," UCAR representative

ently erroneously, that this was an
activity taken on by the city and
that they would follow through,"
Eckroad said. Last month, Republi -
can Mayor Gerald Jernigan vetoed a
resolution that would have extended
the Central America Sister City
Task Force charter with the city.
But Eckroad remains optimistic.
"I'm comfortable that it will be
sent. It's still going to happen but
more running round," he said.
m School
Lannis Hall said.
UCAR has invited students
from Michigan State University,
Eastern Michigan University, Co -
lumbia University, and Wellesley 4
College to participate in the semi -
nar. "We want to build a national
movement from the grass roots,"
Hall said.

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