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1970

  • Amendment to Finance Ordinance Designed to Provide for a Department of Finance in the City of LivoniaMemo, ( December 70 ) 10 pages
  • Outline of the Michigan Tax System (Fifth Edition) Summary of state and local taxesCC 834, ( November 70 ) 20 pages[Because this publication is revised every two years, past editions have not been made available for download. Please contact CRC to obtain a copy past editions. ]
  • State Ballot Issues: Proposal A — $100 Million Housing Bond IssueCC 832, ( October 70 ) 4 pages
  • State Ballot Issues: Proposal B — Proposed Constitutional Amendment to Lower Voting Age to 18CC 831, ( October 70 ) 2 pages
  • Michigan’s 1970-71 AppropriationsCC 830, ( September 70 ) 8 pages
  • A Comparison of Typical Statutory or Charter Provisions on a County Elected Executive and County ManagerMemo, ( May 70 ) 4 pages
  • The Wayne County Sheriff Department: Part III-IV — Future Role in Law Enforcement/Police Services Report 234, ( April 70 ) 57 pages
  • The 1970-71 Executive Budget (state)CC 828, ( March 70 ) 8 pages
  • Governmental Organization in the Greater Midland AreaReport 238, ( March 70 ) 63 pages
  • Memo to Special Committee on County Organization re Possible Amendment to Public Act 293 of 1966Memo, ( February 70 ) 6 pages
  • County Home Rule in Michigan, ( May 70 ) Remarks by Bob Queller

1971

  • Memo to Senator Stanley F. Rozycki, Chairman, Governmental Efficiency Committee RE: Proposed Monthly Financial StatementMemo, ( November 1971 ) 11 pages
  • “Current Economic Problems and Opportunities,” Remarks by Lynn A. Townsend, Chairman, Chrysler Corporation, at the Annual MeetingMisc., ( September 1971 ) 8 pages
  • Memo to Senator Harry A. Demaso re HJR “GG”: Section 7, Graduated Income Tax; Section 6, Property Tax LimitationMemo, ( August 1971 ) 11 pages
  • Memorandum on Status of Fiscal 1972 State AppropriationsMemo, ( August 1971 ) 2 pages
  • The Welfare Dilemma in Michigan: Rising Caseloads and CostsCC 843, ( July 1971 ) 9 pages
  • 1970-71 General Fund Operations: Red Ink and the 1963 ConstitutionCC 842, ( June 1971 ) 4 pages
  • Taxes on Industry in 1970–Michigan Compared to the Competitor StatesCC 841, ( June 1971 ) 4 pages
  • Taxes on Industry in 1970: Michigan Compared to the Competitor StatesReport 241, ( June 1971 ) 59 pages
  • The 1972 Executive Budget and Higher Education Operating ExpendituresCC 840, ( May 1971 ) 8 pages
  • Revenues and Expenditures in Eight Competitor States (MI, IL, IN, NJ, NY, OH, PA, WI)CC 839, ( May 1971 ) 4 pages
  • Detroit Charter Revision–1: Charter Commission Progress and PlansCC 838, ( May 1971 ) 3 pages
  • A New Approach to the Organization of Wayne County GovernmentCC 837, ( April 1971 ) 8 pages
  • The 1971-72 Executive Budget (state)CC 836, ( March 1971 ) 8 pages
  • The Nature and Purpose of A Home Rule City Charter,Memorandum 215 ( March 1971 ) 15 pages
  • A New Approach to the Organization of Wayne County GovernmentReport 240, ( March 1971 ) 95 pages
  • The Legislator’s Handbook, 6th Edition, 1971-72Misc. ( January 1971 ) 41 pages

1972

  • Detroit Schools CrisisMemo, ( November 72 ) 12 pagesMaterials presented at meeting of Legislators, et al, Hospitality Inn, Lansing Remarks by Robert Pickup (7 pp.) Development of the Detroit School District Financial Problem (5 pp.)
  • State Ballot Issues–IIICC 861, ( October 72 ) 4 pages
  • State Ballot Issues–IICC 860, ( October 72 ) 4 pagesProposal E — Service Bonus and Tuition Payments for Veterans of Vietnam Conflict; Proposal A — Daylight Saving Time; Proposal B — To Allow Abortion Under Certain Conditions
  • Wayne County Ballot IssuesCC 859, ( October 72 ) 4 pagesProposal F — Wayne County Jail (levy 0.6 mill for construction); Proposal G — Youth Home (levy 0.4 mill for construction)
  • State Ballot Issues–ICC 857, ( October 4, 72 ) 6 pagesProposal C — Proposed Constitution Amendment: Financing Education & Property Tax Limits (Article IX) (defeated 42% for to 58% against)
  • “A Perspective on Profits,” Charles T. Fisher III, President NBD, Remarks at CRCM 1972 Annual MeetingMemo, ( September 72 ) 17 pages
  • City of Northville Northville Township Unification ReportMemo, ( September 72 ) 24 pagesUpdate of data concerning the proposed unification of the City of Northville and Northville Township that originally appeared in a series of reports prepared in 1968 by consultant Donald M. Oakes.
  • Michigan’s 1972-73 Spending ProgramCC 856, ( September 72 ) 8 pages
  • Wayne County Ballot IssuesCC 852, ( July 72 ) 4 pagesProposition B — Wayne County Millage Renewal (one extra-voted mill, 5-year period 1975-1979); Proposition C — County Home Rule
  • Huron Clinton Metropolitan Authority Millage Issue (Counties of Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw & Livingston)CC 851, ( July 72 ) 2 pages
  • City of Detroit Finances — A Half-Billion Dollar City Budget for 1972-73CC 850, ( July 72 ) 4 pages
  • Detroit Charter Revision–3: The Proposed Detroit Charter and a Balanced City BudgetCC 849, ( June 72 ) 2 pages
  • Michigan Department of Mental Health Program — Progress and ProspectsCC 848, ( June 72 ) 4 pages
  • State Efforts to Control Welfare Caseloads and CostsCC 847, ( June 72 ) 6 pages
  • Sample Charter Amendment to Create Office of City Controller & Provide for Method of Appointment, & Powers & Duties thereofMisc., ( June 72 ) 14 pages
  • City of Hamtramck: A Study of City Finances, Administrative Organization and OperationsReport 242, ( June 72 ) 226 pages
  • Detroit Charter Revision–2: Financial Administration in the Proposed Detroit CharterCC 845, ( March 72 ) 4 pages
  • The 1972-73 Executive Budget (state)CC 844, ( February 72 ) 8 pages
  • Analysis of Governor’s Initiative Petition to Amend Article IX, Section 6 of the Constitution(property tax millage limitations) Misc., ( February 72 ) 8 pages

1973

  • Memo, Master in Chancery Report to the Honorable William P. Hampton re Lamphere Federation of Teachers vs Lamphere School Board Negotiations ( December 73 ) 36 pages
  • CC 871, About Exempting Food and Drugs from the Sales Tax — See also CC 876 — ( November 73 ) 4 pages
  • CC 870, Michigan’s 1973-74 Spending Program ( October 73 ) 8 pages
  • CC 869, The Proposed Detroit City Charter–In Brief — Summarizes Report 286, CC 965 through 968 — ( October 73 ) 11 pages
  • Misc., The Functions, Responsibilities and Problems of Detroit School Principals and Assistant Principals (Committee on Organization and Management, Education Task Force) ( October 73 ) 37 pages
  • Report 244, A Study of Organization for the Delivery of Local Health Services in Michigan ( October 73 ) 65 pages
  • Memo 225, Saving Taxpayer Dollars Through More Efficient Refuse Collection Practices ( August 73 ) 8 pages
  • CC 868, Detroit Ballot Issues — A: Seven-Mill Increase in School Property Taxes (operating) ( August 73 ) 2 pages
  • Misc., Report and Recommendations of Organization and Management Committee to the Steering Committee and Education Task Force of the Detroit Central Board of Education on Central and Regional Administrative Organizations, and Relationships Between the Two Bodies ( August 73 ) 24 pages
  • CC 867, Preliminary Action on State Budget — Tax Relief in Jeopardy ( July 73 ) 2 pages
  • Misc., The Division of Responsibilities Between the Central Board of Education and the Regional Boards of Education, Detroit School District (Education Task Force) ( June 73 ) 50 pages
  • CC 866, The New (state) Tax Relief Program in Brief ( June 73 ) 4 pages
  • CC 865, Tax Relief and Budget Considerations (state) ( May 73 ) 2 pages
  • CC 864, The 1973-74 Executive Budget (state) ( March 73 ) 10 pages
  • Misc., Letter to Senator H. A. DeMaso re Revenue & Expenditure Analyses of General Fund Operations ( March 73 ) 6 pages
  • CC 863, Federal Revenue Sharing for Michigan State and Local Government ( February 73 ) 4 pages
  • CC 862, Outline of the Michigan Tax System (Sixth Edition) Summary of state and local taxes ( January 73 ) 20 pages [Because this publication is revised every two years, past editions have not been made available for download. Please contact CRC to obtain a copy past editions. ]
  • Report 243, About Michigan Job Needs in the Seventies ( January 73 ) 47 pages
  • Misc., The Legislator’s Handbook, ‘1973-74 (Seventh Edition) ( May 73 ) — pages

1974

  • Position Classification and Pay Plan for Ottawa County Misc., ( October 74 ) 96 pages
  • Michigan’s 1974-75 Spending ProgramCC 875, ( August 74 ) 4 pages
  • The Organization of Ottawa County Government: Present and ProposedReport 246, ( August 74 ) 22 pages
  • Monthly Payments to Public Assistance Recipients-Michigan and Neighboring States.Memo 226, ( August 74 ) 9 pages
  • Michigan Building & Construction Trades Craft Manpower StudyReport 245, ( April 74 ) 50 pages
  • The 1974-75 Executive BudgetCC 874, ( February 74 ) 11 pages
  • Outline of the Michigan Tax System (Seventh Edition)CC 873, ( January 74 ) 20 pagesSummary of state and local taxes [Because this publication is revised every two years, past editions have not been made available for download. Please contact CRC to obtain a copy past editions. ]

1975

  • Michigan’s Financial Problem (“Worst fiscal crunch in state history”) CC 883 ( November 75 ) 6 pages
  • The Michigan Single Business Tax (takes effect January 1, 1976)CC 882 ( October 75 ) 12 pages
  • “The Free Market: A System Worth Saving,” John J. Riccardo, Chairman, Chrysler Corporation, Remarks at Annual MeetingMisc. ( September 75 ) 13 pages
  • The City of Detroit Budget for 1975-76CC 881 ( July 75 ) 4 pages
  • The Public School Employee Strike IssueCC 880 ( June 75 ) 6 pages
  • The Michigan Economy — An OverviewReport 249 ( May 75 ) 15 pages
  • The 1975-76 Executive BudgetCC 879 ( March 75 ) 12 pages
  • Recent Michigan Expenditure TrendsReport 248 ( March 75 ) 15 pages
  • The 1974-75 Budget Problem-City of Detroit and the Outlook for 1975-76CC 878 ( February 75 ) 2 pagesDespite the January layoffs of almost 1,500 city employees in an effort to stem the tide, it presently appears that the City of Detroit faces a June 30, 1975, deficit of $25-$32 million. Revenues will be some $25-$42 million less than original budget estimates and the cost-cutting measures taken to date will reduce expenditures by about $10 million below the amounts appropriated. While the current state of the economy has exacerbated the city’s fiscal problem, the city budget for 1974-75 was not balanced with solid revenues when it was adopted in the spring of 1974.
  • Outline of the Michigan Tax System (Eighth Edition) Summary of state and local taxes [Because this publication is revised every two years, past editions have not been made available for download. Please contact CRC to obtain a copy past editions.]CC 877 ( January 75 ) 20 pages
  • Welfare in MichiganMisc. ( January 75 ) 32 pages
  • The Legislator’s Handbook–Eighth EditionMisc. ( January 75 ) 41 pages

1976

  • State Spending for 1976-77 General Fund-General PurposeCC 889, ( October 76 ) 11 pages
  • State Ballot Issues: Proposal C — Proposed State and Local Tax Limitation Amendment(defeated 43% for to 57% against) CC 888, ( September 76 ) 4 pages
  • The Detroit School District Budget for 1976-77Misc., ( September 76 ) 7 pages
  • The Management of Declining Public School EnrollmentsMemo 229, ( June 76 ) 32 pages
  • The 1976-77 Executive BudgetCC 887, ( May 76 ) 10 pages
  • Crime and the Criminal Justice System — A Background PaperMemo 228, ( April 76 ) 23 pages
  • State Financing of Adult Education ProgramsCC 886, ( April 76 ) 4 pages
  • Outline of the Michigan Tax System (Ninth Edition)Summary of state and local taxes, CC 885, ( February 76 ) 20 pages[Because this publication is revised every two years, past editions have not been made available for download. Please contact CRC to obtain a copy past editions. ]
  • Analysis of Senate Joint Resolution C for Senator Bowman Chairman of the Tax CommissionMisc. ( January 76 ) 14 pages
  • Report of the Regulation Subcommittee of the Attorney General’s Municipal Finance Advisory Committee — Summary Listing of RecommendationsMisc. ( May 76 ) 9 pages

1977

  • CC 895, Michigan State Debt Policy and Administration —Summarizes Report 252 — ( December 77 ) 4 pages
  • Memo, Results of Conference on Crime Abatement, September 16-17, 1977 ( November 77 ) 37 pages
  • Memo 233, Criminal Justice Issues — Preconviction Release ( November 77 ) 48 pages
  • Memo 232, Criminal Justice Issues — Plea Negotiations ( October 77 ) 20 pages
  • Report 253, Criminal Justice Forum ( October 77 ) 28 pages
  • Memo 231, Criminal Justice Issues — Sentencing Alternatives ( September 77 ) 40 pages
  • Report 252, Michigan State Debt Policy and Administration ( July 77 ) 21 pages
  • CC 894, Reducing Excess Building Capacity in the Detroit Public Schools ( May 77 ) 8 pages
  • CC 893, The 1977-78 Executive Budget ( March 77 ) 11 pages
  • CC 892, Detroit School District 1976-77 General Fund-General Purpose Budget ( January 77 ) 6 pages
  • CC 891, City of Detroit Finances in 1976-77 ( January 77 ) 4 pages
  • Misc., Report on Efforts to Strengthen Fiscal Planning and Internal Fiscal Controls of the Detroit Schools District ( January 77 ) 9 pages

1978

  • Detroit Ballot Issues: CC 906, ( October 78 ) 3 pages Proposition S — $3.4 million, new fire stations and modernization; Proposition T — $12.2 million, public lighting; Proposition U — $17.9 million, Recreation and Zoo; Proposition V — $12.1 million, urban renewal; Proposition W — $7.5 million, police – 2 new precinct stations
  • State Ballot Issues:CC 902, ( September 78 ) 7 pagesEducation Voucher Constitutional Amendment (Article VIII, Article IX) (defeated 26% for to 74% against)
  • “The Contradictions of Antitrust,”remarks of Thomas A. Murphy, Chairman of the Board, General Motors Corporation at the Annual Meeting Misc., ( September 78 ) 12 pages
  • State Ballot Issues:CC 901, ( August 78 ) 4 pagesThe Tisch Coalition Tax Proposal (Article IX, Section 3)
  • Medicaid and Health Care Costs: Problems and Options for ChangeCC 900, ( August 78 ) 4 pages(See also Report 255)
  • An Analysis of the Proposal of Taxpayers United for Tax LimitationMisc., ( July 78 ) 23 pages
  • Michigan Constitutional Issues — 1978Report 256, ( July 78 ) 47 pages
  • A Report to the Michigan Task Force on Medicaid and Health Care CostsReport 255, ( June 78 ) 220 pages
  • Criminal Justice Issues — Prompt TrialMemo 236, ( May 78 ) 28 pages
  • Salaries Paid by the City of Detroit and Wayne County Compared to Average Market Rates Detroit AreaCC 898, ( May 78 ) 4 pages
  • Criminal Justice Issues — Delinquency Adjudications Against JuvenilesMemo 235, ( April 78 ) 32 pages
  • Question of Calling a State Constitutional Convention to be on November, 1978, BallotCC 897, ( March 78 ) 4 pages
  • Proposed Local Government Uniform Budgeting SystemCC 896, ( February 78 ) 4 pages(see also Report 251)
  • Craft Study II: An Update of the Michigan Building & Construction Trades Craft Manpower StudyReport 254, ( January 78 ) 38 pages
  • Criminal Justice Issues — Capital PunishmentMemo 234, ( January 78 ) 32 pages
  • To: Royal Oak Township Board & State of Michigan Executive Office re Charter Township of Royal Oak Financial SituationMemo, ( May 78 ) 5 pages

1979

  • Misc., The Legislator’s Handbook ‘1979-80 (The Last Issued In This Series) ( June 79 ) 40 pages
  • Report 258, Police Precinct One in Downtown Detroit ( May 79 ) 87 pages
  • Report 257, Evaluating the Educational Outcomes of Your Local Schools ( May 79 ) 37 pages
  • Misc., Section Analysis of Public Act 139 of 1973 (Enrolled Senate Bill 229) Providing for Optional Unified Forms of County Government ( March 79 ) 7 pages
  • CC 908, Outline of the Michigan Tax System (Tenth Edition) Summary of state and local taxes, ( March 79 ) 19 pages [Because this publication is revised every two years, past editions have not been made available for download. Please contact CRC to obtain a copy past editions. ]
  • CC 907, State Spending for 1978-79: General Fund-General Purpose ( January 79 ) 8 pages

Undigitized 1970s

1970

  • Amendment to Finance Ordinance Designed to Provide for a Department of Finance in the City of LivoniaMemo, ( December 70 ) 10 pages
  • Outline of the Michigan Tax System (Fifth Edition) Summary of state and local taxesCC 834, ( November 70 ) 20 pages[Because this publication is revised every two years, past editions have not been made available for download. Please contact CRC to obtain a copy past editions. ]
  • State Ballot Issues: Proposal A — $100 Million Housing Bond IssueCC 832, ( October 70 ) 4 pages
  • State Ballot Issues: Proposal B — Proposed Constitutional Amendment to Lower Voting Age to 18CC 831, ( October 70 ) 2 pages
  • Michigan’s 1970-71 AppropriationsCC 830, ( September 70 ) 8 pages
  • A Comparison of Typical Statutory or Charter Provisions on a County Elected Executive and County ManagerMemo, ( May 70 ) 4 pages
  • The Wayne County Sheriff Department: Part III-IV — Future Role in Law Enforcement/Police Services Report 234, ( April 70 ) 57 pages
  • The 1970-71 Executive Budget (state)CC 828, ( March 70 ) 8 pages
  • Governmental Organization in the Greater Midland AreaReport 238, ( March 70 ) 63 pages
  • Memo to Special Committee on County Organization re Possible Amendment to Public Act 293 of 1966Memo, ( February 70 ) 6 pages
  • County Home Rule in Michigan, ( May 70 ) Remarks by Bob Queller

1971

  • Memo to Senator Stanley F. Rozycki, Chairman, Governmental Efficiency Committee RE: Proposed Monthly Financial StatementMemo, ( November 1971 ) 11 pages
  • “Current Economic Problems and Opportunities,” Remarks by Lynn A. Townsend, Chairman, Chrysler Corporation, at the Annual MeetingMisc., ( September 1971 ) 8 pages
  • Memo to Senator Harry A. Demaso re HJR “GG”: Section 7, Graduated Income Tax; Section 6, Property Tax LimitationMemo, ( August 1971 ) 11 pages
  • Memorandum on Status of Fiscal 1972 State AppropriationsMemo, ( August 1971 ) 2 pages
  • The Welfare Dilemma in Michigan: Rising Caseloads and CostsCC 843, ( July 1971 ) 9 pages
  • 1970-71 General Fund Operations: Red Ink and the 1963 ConstitutionCC 842, ( June 1971 ) 4 pages
  • Taxes on Industry in 1970–Michigan Compared to the Competitor StatesCC 841, ( June 1971 ) 4 pages
  • Taxes on Industry in 1970: Michigan Compared to the Competitor StatesReport 241, ( June 1971 ) 59 pages
  • The 1972 Executive Budget and Higher Education Operating ExpendituresCC 840, ( May 1971 ) 8 pages
  • Revenues and Expenditures in Eight Competitor States (MI, IL, IN, NJ, NY, OH, PA, WI)CC 839, ( May 1971 ) 4 pages
  • Detroit Charter Revision–1: Charter Commission Progress and PlansCC 838, ( May 1971 ) 3 pages
  • A New Approach to the Organization of Wayne County GovernmentCC 837, ( April 1971 ) 8 pages
  • The 1971-72 Executive Budget (state)CC 836, ( March 1971 ) 8 pages
  • The Nature and Purpose of A Home Rule City Charter,Memorandum 215 ( March 1971 ) 15 pages
  • A New Approach to the Organization of Wayne County GovernmentReport 240, ( March 1971 ) 95 pages
  • The Legislator’s Handbook, 6th Edition, 1971-72Misc. ( January 1971 ) 41 pages

1972

  • Detroit Schools CrisisMemo, ( November 72 ) 12 pagesMaterials presented at meeting of Legislators, et al, Hospitality Inn, Lansing Remarks by Robert Pickup (7 pp.) Development of the Detroit School District Financial Problem (5 pp.)
  • State Ballot Issues–IIICC 861, ( October 72 ) 4 pages
  • State Ballot Issues–IICC 860, ( October 72 ) 4 pagesProposal E — Service Bonus and Tuition Payments for Veterans of Vietnam Conflict; Proposal A — Daylight Saving Time; Proposal B — To Allow Abortion Under Certain Conditions
  • Wayne County Ballot IssuesCC 859, ( October 72 ) 4 pagesProposal F — Wayne County Jail (levy 0.6 mill for construction); Proposal G — Youth Home (levy 0.4 mill for construction)
  • State Ballot Issues–ICC 857, ( October 4, 72 ) 6 pagesProposal C — Proposed Constitution Amendment: Financing Education & Property Tax Limits (Article IX) (defeated 42% for to 58% against)
  • “A Perspective on Profits,” Charles T. Fisher III, President NBD, Remarks at CRCM 1972 Annual MeetingMemo, ( September 72 ) 17 pages
  • City of Northville Northville Township Unification ReportMemo, ( September 72 ) 24 pagesUpdate of data concerning the proposed unification of the City of Northville and Northville Township that originally appeared in a series of reports prepared in 1968 by consultant Donald M. Oakes.
  • Michigan’s 1972-73 Spending ProgramCC 856, ( September 72 ) 8 pages
  • Wayne County Ballot IssuesCC 852, ( July 72 ) 4 pagesProposition B — Wayne County Millage Renewal (one extra-voted mill, 5-year period 1975-1979); Proposition C — County Home Rule
  • Huron Clinton Metropolitan Authority Millage Issue (Counties of Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw & Livingston)CC 851, ( July 72 ) 2 pages
  • City of Detroit Finances — A Half-Billion Dollar City Budget for 1972-73CC 850, ( July 72 ) 4 pages
  • Detroit Charter Revision–3: The Proposed Detroit Charter and a Balanced City BudgetCC 849, ( June 72 ) 2 pages
  • Michigan Department of Mental Health Program — Progress and ProspectsCC 848, ( June 72 ) 4 pages
  • State Efforts to Control Welfare Caseloads and CostsCC 847, ( June 72 ) 6 pages
  • Sample Charter Amendment to Create Office of City Controller & Provide for Method of Appointment, & Powers & Duties thereofMisc., ( June 72 ) 14 pages
  • City of Hamtramck: A Study of City Finances, Administrative Organization and OperationsReport 242, ( June 72 ) 226 pages
  • Detroit Charter Revision–2: Financial Administration in the Proposed Detroit CharterCC 845, ( March 72 ) 4 pages
  • The 1972-73 Executive Budget (state)CC 844, ( February 72 ) 8 pages
  • Analysis of Governor’s Initiative Petition to Amend Article IX, Section 6 of the Constitution(property tax millage limitations) Misc., ( February 72 ) 8 pages

1973

  • Memo, Master in Chancery Report to the Honorable William P. Hampton re Lamphere Federation of Teachers vs Lamphere School Board Negotiations ( December 73 ) 36 pages
  • CC 871, About Exempting Food and Drugs from the Sales Tax — See also CC 876 — ( November 73 ) 4 pages
  • CC 870, Michigan’s 1973-74 Spending Program ( October 73 ) 8 pages
  • CC 869, The Proposed Detroit City Charter–In Brief — Summarizes Report 286, CC 965 through 968 — ( October 73 ) 11 pages
  • Misc., The Functions, Responsibilities and Problems of Detroit School Principals and Assistant Principals (Committee on Organization and Management, Education Task Force) ( October 73 ) 37 pages
  • Report 244, A Study of Organization for the Delivery of Local Health Services in Michigan ( October 73 ) 65 pages
  • Memo 225, Saving Taxpayer Dollars Through More Efficient Refuse Collection Practices ( August 73 ) 8 pages
  • CC 868, Detroit Ballot Issues — A: Seven-Mill Increase in School Property Taxes (operating) ( August 73 ) 2 pages
  • Misc., Report and Recommendations of Organization and Management Committee to the Steering Committee and Education Task Force of the Detroit Central Board of Education on Central and Regional Administrative Organizations, and Relationships Between the Two Bodies ( August 73 ) 24 pages
  • CC 867, Preliminary Action on State Budget — Tax Relief in Jeopardy ( July 73 ) 2 pages
  • Misc., The Division of Responsibilities Between the Central Board of Education and the Regional Boards of Education, Detroit School District (Education Task Force) ( June 73 ) 50 pages
  • CC 866, The New (state) Tax Relief Program in Brief ( June 73 ) 4 pages
  • CC 865, Tax Relief and Budget Considerations (state) ( May 73 ) 2 pages
  • CC 864, The 1973-74 Executive Budget (state) ( March 73 ) 10 pages
  • Misc., Letter to Senator H. A. DeMaso re Revenue & Expenditure Analyses of General Fund Operations ( March 73 ) 6 pages
  • CC 863, Federal Revenue Sharing for Michigan State and Local Government ( February 73 ) 4 pages
  • CC 862, Outline of the Michigan Tax System (Sixth Edition) Summary of state and local taxes ( January 73 ) 20 pages [Because this publication is revised every two years, past editions have not been made available for download. Please contact CRC to obtain a copy past editions. ]
  • Report 243, About Michigan Job Needs in the Seventies ( January 73 ) 47 pages
  • Misc., The Legislator’s Handbook, ‘1973-74 (Seventh Edition) ( May 73 ) — pages

1974

  • Position Classification and Pay Plan for Ottawa County Misc., ( October 74 ) 96 pages
  • Michigan’s 1974-75 Spending ProgramCC 875, ( August 74 ) 4 pages
  • The Organization of Ottawa County Government: Present and ProposedReport 246, ( August 74 ) 22 pages
  • Monthly Payments to Public Assistance Recipients-Michigan and Neighboring States.Memo 226, ( August 74 ) 9 pages
  • Michigan Building & Construction Trades Craft Manpower StudyReport 245, ( April 74 ) 50 pages
  • The 1974-75 Executive BudgetCC 874, ( February 74 ) 11 pages
  • Outline of the Michigan Tax System (Seventh Edition)CC 873, ( January 74 ) 20 pagesSummary of state and local taxes [Because this publication is revised every two years, past editions have not been made available for download. Please contact CRC to obtain a copy past editions. ]

1975

  • Michigan’s Financial Problem (“Worst fiscal crunch in state history”) CC 883 ( November 75 ) 6 pages
  • The Michigan Single Business Tax (takes effect January 1, 1976)CC 882 ( October 75 ) 12 pages
  • “The Free Market: A System Worth Saving,” John J. Riccardo, Chairman, Chrysler Corporation, Remarks at Annual MeetingMisc. ( September 75 ) 13 pages
  • The City of Detroit Budget for 1975-76CC 881 ( July 75 ) 4 pages
  • The Public School Employee Strike IssueCC 880 ( June 75 ) 6 pages
  • The Michigan Economy — An OverviewReport 249 ( May 75 ) 15 pages
  • The 1975-76 Executive BudgetCC 879 ( March 75 ) 12 pages
  • Recent Michigan Expenditure TrendsReport 248 ( March 75 ) 15 pages
  • The 1974-75 Budget Problem-City of Detroit and the Outlook for 1975-76CC 878 ( February 75 ) 2 pagesDespite the January layoffs of almost 1,500 city employees in an effort to stem the tide, it presently appears that the City of Detroit faces a June 30, 1975, deficit of $25-$32 million. Revenues will be some $25-$42 million less than original budget estimates and the cost-cutting measures taken to date will reduce expenditures by about $10 million below the amounts appropriated. While the current state of the economy has exacerbated the city’s fiscal problem, the city budget for 1974-75 was not balanced with solid revenues when it was adopted in the spring of 1974.
  • Outline of the Michigan Tax System (Eighth Edition) Summary of state and local taxes [Because this publication is revised every two years, past editions have not been made available for download. Please contact CRC to obtain a copy past editions.]CC 877 ( January 75 ) 20 pages
  • Welfare in MichiganMisc. ( January 75 ) 32 pages
  • The Legislator’s Handbook–Eighth EditionMisc. ( January 75 ) 41 pages

1976

  • State Spending for 1976-77 General Fund-General PurposeCC 889, ( October 76 ) 11 pages
  • State Ballot Issues: Proposal C — Proposed State and Local Tax Limitation Amendment(defeated 43% for to 57% against) CC 888, ( September 76 ) 4 pages
  • The Detroit School District Budget for 1976-77Misc., ( September 76 ) 7 pages
  • The Management of Declining Public School EnrollmentsMemo 229, ( June 76 ) 32 pages
  • The 1976-77 Executive BudgetCC 887, ( May 76 ) 10 pages
  • Crime and the Criminal Justice System — A Background PaperMemo 228, ( April 76 ) 23 pages
  • State Financing of Adult Education ProgramsCC 886, ( April 76 ) 4 pages
  • Outline of the Michigan Tax System (Ninth Edition)Summary of state and local taxes, CC 885, ( February 76 ) 20 pages[Because this publication is revised every two years, past editions have not been made available for download. Please contact CRC to obtain a copy past editions. ]
  • Analysis of Senate Joint Resolution C for Senator Bowman Chairman of the Tax CommissionMisc. ( January 76 ) 14 pages
  • Report of the Regulation Subcommittee of the Attorney General’s Municipal Finance Advisory Committee — Summary Listing of RecommendationsMisc. ( May 76 ) 9 pages

1977

  • CC 895, Michigan State Debt Policy and Administration —Summarizes Report 252 — ( December 77 ) 4 pages
  • Memo, Results of Conference on Crime Abatement, September 16-17, 1977 ( November 77 ) 37 pages
  • Memo 233, Criminal Justice Issues — Preconviction Release ( November 77 ) 48 pages
  • Memo 232, Criminal Justice Issues — Plea Negotiations ( October 77 ) 20 pages
  • Report 253, Criminal Justice Forum ( October 77 ) 28 pages
  • Memo 231, Criminal Justice Issues — Sentencing Alternatives ( September 77 ) 40 pages
  • Report 252, Michigan State Debt Policy and Administration ( July 77 ) 21 pages
  • CC 894, Reducing Excess Building Capacity in the Detroit Public Schools ( May 77 ) 8 pages
  • CC 893, The 1977-78 Executive Budget ( March 77 ) 11 pages
  • CC 892, Detroit School District 1976-77 General Fund-General Purpose Budget ( January 77 ) 6 pages
  • CC 891, City of Detroit Finances in 1976-77 ( January 77 ) 4 pages
  • Misc., Report on Efforts to Strengthen Fiscal Planning and Internal Fiscal Controls of the Detroit Schools District ( January 77 ) 9 pages

1978

  • Detroit Ballot Issues: CC 906, ( October 78 ) 3 pages Proposition S — $3.4 million, new fire stations and modernization; Proposition T — $12.2 million, public lighting; Proposition U — $17.9 million, Recreation and Zoo; Proposition V — $12.1 million, urban renewal; Proposition W — $7.5 million, police – 2 new precinct stations
  • State Ballot Issues:CC 902, ( September 78 ) 7 pagesEducation Voucher Constitutional Amendment (Article VIII, Article IX) (defeated 26% for to 74% against)
  • “The Contradictions of Antitrust,”remarks of Thomas A. Murphy, Chairman of the Board, General Motors Corporation at the Annual Meeting Misc., ( September 78 ) 12 pages
  • State Ballot Issues:CC 901, ( August 78 ) 4 pagesThe Tisch Coalition Tax Proposal (Article IX, Section 3)
  • Medicaid and Health Care Costs: Problems and Options for ChangeCC 900, ( August 78 ) 4 pages(See also Report 255)
  • An Analysis of the Proposal of Taxpayers United for Tax LimitationMisc., ( July 78 ) 23 pages
  • Michigan Constitutional Issues — 1978Report 256, ( July 78 ) 47 pages
  • A Report to the Michigan Task Force on Medicaid and Health Care CostsReport 255, ( June 78 ) 220 pages
  • Criminal Justice Issues — Prompt TrialMemo 236, ( May 78 ) 28 pages
  • Salaries Paid by the City of Detroit and Wayne County Compared to Average Market Rates Detroit AreaCC 898, ( May 78 ) 4 pages
  • Criminal Justice Issues — Delinquency Adjudications Against JuvenilesMemo 235, ( April 78 ) 32 pages
  • Question of Calling a State Constitutional Convention to be on November, 1978, BallotCC 897, ( March 78 ) 4 pages
  • Proposed Local Government Uniform Budgeting SystemCC 896, ( February 78 ) 4 pages(see also Report 251)
  • Craft Study II: An Update of the Michigan Building & Construction Trades Craft Manpower StudyReport 254, ( January 78 ) 38 pages
  • Criminal Justice Issues — Capital PunishmentMemo 234, ( January 78 ) 32 pages
  • To: Royal Oak Township Board & State of Michigan Executive Office re Charter Township of Royal Oak Financial SituationMemo, ( May 78 ) 5 pages

1979

  • Misc., The Legislator’s Handbook ‘1979-80 (The Last Issued In This Series) ( June 79 ) 40 pages
  • Report 258, Police Precinct One in Downtown Detroit ( May 79 ) 87 pages
  • Report 257, Evaluating the Educational Outcomes of Your Local Schools ( May 79 ) 37 pages
  • Misc., Section Analysis of Public Act 139 of 1973 (Enrolled Senate Bill 229) Providing for Optional Unified Forms of County Government ( March 79 ) 7 pages
  • CC 908, Outline of the Michigan Tax System (Tenth Edition) Summary of state and local taxes, ( March 79 ) 19 pages [Because this publication is revised every two years, past editions have not been made available for download. Please contact CRC to obtain a copy past editions. ]
  • CC 907, State Spending for 1978-79: General Fund-General Purpose ( January 79 ) 8 pages

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