urban reserve

One of the final issues heard by the current sitting council prior to Election Day, Nov. 6, was denied at the Dayton City Council meeting Oct. 16. After many months, two public hearings and an initial consensus by the council to eliminate its urban reserve designation, the Dayton City Council rejected the comp plan amendment [...]

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Divided concerns prevented Dayton City Council from moving forward with a 2012 comprehensive plan amendment that would have removed the “urban reserve” designation from hundreds of acres of land within the city. When the council approved the 2008 comprehensive plan approximately 20 percent of the city’s land mass was designated as urban reserve encompassing almost [...]

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