Here at a glance are the major programs proposed yesterday by Mayor Marion Barry:
JOBS FOR YOUTH -- $11 million: Barry would create 13,285 jobs for persons 14 to 24 years of age, with priority given to lower-income persons. Most would be summer jobs.
HOUSING ASSISTANCE AND REPAIR -- $7.1 million: Barry would spend $2.2 million to help poor people with down payments. He also would set aside $2 million for mortgage subsidies, $2.1 million to help church and community groups develop housing and $750,000 to make abandoned homes habitable.
UDC UNIVERSITY COLLEGE -- $723,900: Barry would provide money to implement a proposed "university college" at the University of the District of Columbia, designed to improve the learning skills of the school's first-year students.
ANTI-SPECULATION TAX IMPLEMENTATION -- $221,500: The mayor proposed beefing up the staffs at the three city departments to increase the effectiveness of a law passed last year to discourage real estate speculation.
GRANTS AND SUBSIDIES FOR THE ARTS -- $243,000.
CITIZEN PARTICIPATION IN CITY PLANNING -- $105,700: Barry is asking for money to launch a program to give citizens a greater role in planning and zoning decisions.
MINORITY BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY -- $58,300.
HISPANIC PROJECTS -- $64,900: Barry has requested $25,000 to publish various city applications and vital pamphlets in Spanish and $39,900 to bolster community development in Hispanic neighborhoods.
VENEREAL DISEASE CLINIC FOR GAYS -- $25,000.