City Asks for Community Input Into 20-Year Vision
Two community workshops and an online survey will help with comp plan update
DAYTON—Residents in Dayton will have several opportunities to provide the city with ideas for what Dayton will look like in 2039, as part of the city’s comprehensive plan update.
The city is sponsoring two workshops to give the community a chance to chime in on what they like about Dayton, what should be retained, and what new ideas, or goals, they would like to see implemented in twenty years’ time, said City Planner Karen Scharer.
There is also a survey online for people who are unable to attend the workshops.
Scharer said the reason for the workshops and survey is to take an invent...
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