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Students and renters are able to com-
municate using blogs created and uti-
lized by many of the participants
of the New West Side, including
arborupdate.com and goodspeedup-
date.com, as a tool to get informed
about local issues and get their opin-
ions heard by other students, renters
and leaders of the community.
"These tools in no way replace
seeing our neighbors on a regular
basis. They serve to augment and
improve these relationships," Win-
The New West Side's first calltA
action is its endorsement of a coun-
ter-proposal to a bill introduced by
Rep. Chris Ward (R-Brighton) to the
Michigan House that could poten-
tially limit the ability of cities to
have house inspections. Ward's bill
would change the Ann Arbor's cur-
rent inspection policy, which man-'
dates inspections every two years, to
a minimum of one inspection every
five years and a maximum of one
every three years.
"This merely loosens protec-
tion on the poor," said Dan Faich-
ney, LSA senior and New West Side
Representatives from the New
West Side said if Ward's proposal
passed, it could decrease the fre-
quency of follow-up inspections to
make sure houses are up to code,
causing houses to remain dilapidat-
ed for much longer than they would
under current limitations.
Winling said when he moved to
Ann Arbor he learned to act on impor-
tant issues himself, rather than wait
for someone else to get an initiative
rolling. Winling has sought outlets for
promoting this idea by reaching out to
the Ann Arbor community.
"One major goal of the association is
to get students registered to vote in Ann
Arbor," Winling said.
By getting students registered to vote,
introducing and promoting blogs and
organizing more local and neighborhood
events, Winling said he hopes the New
West Side will become "a catalyst in local
issues instead of a reactor to the outcome
of those issues."
Winling said that since students make
up one-third of Ann Arbor's population,
their attendance and participation at the
polls in local elections and issues can
have a significant impact on the results.
Because of this, Winling said he wants
the views of renters and owners to be pro-
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