Dayton City Council
by megan hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers   The Dayton City Council met Tuesday, Sept. 10, to approve the preliminary budget for 2014 tax levy, to discuss changes to the Sundance Woods preliminary plat, and to review the improvement bond pre-sale report. The total expenditures for the 2014 budget inc...Read More
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Susan McLean Park dedication day Sept. 21 by megan hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers   The Dayton City Council met Tuesday, Aug. 26, to discuss the dedication of Sue McLean Park. Park Commission Chairperson Doug Baines proposed the official dedication of the park to occur during Dayton Heritage Day at...Read More
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The Dayton City council met on Tuesday, Aug. 13 to discuss city projects and plans. Before the agenda topics were discussed, Dayton Police Chief Rick Pietrzak said that he is looking for one part time officer, but requested that the city look into hiring two, should the budget allow.   Open For...Read More
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With former City Administrator Samantha Orduno’s exit at the end of May, Dayton City Council immediately began the search for an interim city administrator. After reviewing candidate selections provided by the League of Minnesota Cities, the council interviewed and agreed to hire Bob Derus to fill...Read More
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The Dayton City Council unanimously voted to discharge City Administrator Samantha Orduno during a special meeting called Friday, May 31. Her employment termination was effective immediately. She will be paid termination benefits as outlined in her employment agreement. The announcement came after t...Read More
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City Council terminates city administrator’s contract effective immediately The Dayton City Council unanimously voted to discharge City Administrator Samantha Orduno during a special meeting called Friday, May 31. Her employment termination was effective immediately. She will be paid termination b...Read More
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