Dayton City Council
City seeking proposals for city legal services By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers The Dayton City Council heard a presentation from City Engineer Vince Vandertop regarding the city’s future transportation plan. The council had an opportunity to discuss with staff where they would like to see futu...Read More
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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers The Dayton City Council and staff met to discuss the city’s pavement management plan and the best options to secure funding for the Brockton/I-94 interchange. The city also appointed members to the EDA and issued an oath of office to Councilors Bob O’Brien and...Read More
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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers The City of Dayton voted Wednesday, Jan. 28 to remove the existing deadline for residents to connect to city water and sewer. In October 2008, the council adopted a city water and sewer connection policy stipulating a five-year deadline for residents to connect wi...Read More
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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers The Dayton City Council and staff met to congratulate two newly appointed firefighters and to promote Paul Enga as Dayton’s new Police Chief. The council also discussed the possible extension of Jonquil Lane with residents during open forum and reviewed several ...Read More
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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers   Dayton City Council and staff heard from the city’s financial advisor who gave a brief overview of the preliminary 2015 budget. This item will come before the council during a September meeting. The city also reviewed details of a change order for Wicht I...Read More
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Family-owned logistics company builds legacy   From a business based on a whim and the will of a former teamster trucker, King Solutions, based in Dayton, has earned its reputation as a national leader in meaningful supply chain solutions. This year marks the company’s 25 anniversary, and wit...Read More
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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers   On Aug. 11 the Dayton City Council approved the issuance of $9.6 million refunding bonds and pledged an additional $6.5 million in cash from prepaid special assessments to refund the 2006 and 2007 improvement bonds, and in the process saved $11.8 million. ...Read More
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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers   The Dayton City Council voted 4-1 to restructure the Public Works Department and eliminate the superintendent position. The council also approved the purchase agreement for the new Public Works facility, and reviewed the concerns raised in open forum.  ...Read More
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