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, to avoid overshadow- ing the civic square, building heights should be limited to nine storeys. Citizens' apathy toward municipal elections continued to irk the Board both as an indication of insufficient interest in the way the city was man- aged and because it permitted the election to office of candidates posses- sing inadequate qualifications. Campaigns to 'get out the vote' were regu- larly conducted and surveys were made to determine the factors that influenced voting behaviour. Efforts were made to secure an improvement of elective procedures, and the