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Wednesday, June 10, 1992 - The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly - 9

City council
report finds Ann
Arbor 'average'
by Hope Calati and downtown business.
Daily Staff Reporter EdwardGramlich,committeechair
Ann Arbor spending on solid waste and Institute for Public Policy Studies
and parking services exceeds the aver- director, suggested using surveys to
age of cities of its size, stated a report gather more accurate data about park-
issued by the Mayor's Blue Ribbon ing. "Ithink itwould be relatively easy
Committee on City Fiance and Man- to do more precise evaluations of who
agement. The report was discussed at is parking there," he said.
the working session of the Ann Arbor Gramlich also noted that the high
City Council Monday. level of solid waste spending may be
The report compared Ann Arbor due tothecity'sownershipoftheland-
with similar communities in Michigan fills.
and in the nation. The committee was "'This has been very useful infor-
established a year ago in an effort to mation about how we are doing com-
make the city more efficient and to pared with other cities," Mayor Liz
compare the city to other university Brater said. "The city is in a belt tight-
communities. ening mode."
Overall city spending is average in Ann Arbor spends less on the Po-
comparison withcitiessuchasDearbom lice Department, the Fire Department
and Grand Rapids, the report stated. andhighway repairsthanothercitiesin
Although the city spends a high the study. The city has average crime
amounton parking structures,the com- ratesdespitelower spending,Gramlich
mittee concluded that the benefits of said.
city ownership outweighdihecost. How- The committee is comprised of
ever, die benefit of city ownership of members of die University, business
theparking structures inLiberty Square people and representatives from the
and on Ann and Ashley could be re- City Council. "This has been a very
versed with a change in assumptions important collaboration between the
aboutthe correlations between parking city and the University," Brater said

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