Tim McNeil

BY TIM MCNEIL DAYTON MAYOR   After the new council in Dayton was sworn in this January, I noticed a rise in the number of people attending council meetings. I am encouraged by that fact, and I hope that it is a sign of a renewed interest to be involved in the community. And while [...]

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New council discusses  planner position, rezoning, future communication by Dawn Feddersen-Poindexter SUN PRESS NEWSPAPERS   The first meeting of the year for Dayton City Council included the oath of office for two council members and a new mayor. Among the business discussed at the Jan. 8 meeting, the council made decisions on filling the city [...]

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Retiring council members clarify city administrator’s benefits, authorize changes   Dayton City Council held a special meeting early in the morning of Dec. 31. This was the final meeting for three retiring members of the council including the mayor. The meeting included a closed session for the council, an amendment consideration to the city administrator’s [...]

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TO THE EDITOR: Recently I got my first phone call from a resident in my new role as Mayor. A resident wanted to know why he hadn’t received his Dayton Firefighter Calendar yet. If all has gone according to plan, on Tuesday I was sworn in as Mayor as part of the newly elected council. [...]

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In addition to Nov. 6 determining the course of the U.S. Presidency and fate of the two amendments on Minnesota’s state ballot, residents in Champlin and Dayton had another reason to head to the polls in droves – new city leadership. Both of the city’s incumbent mayors chose not to run for re-election this year. [...]

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TO THE EDITOR: This November election is more critical than ever for the city and residents of Dayton. The future mayor and city council members will make important decisions that will impact us all for many years to come. That is why it is crucial we vote for Tim McNeil for mayor on Tuesday, Nov. [...]

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To the Editor: My husband, Steve and I, have always kept a close watch on city government. We believe that local government probably has a more direct impact on our lives than what happens in St. Paul, or in DC. In the past six years we have come to know Tim McNeil fairly well. One [...]

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