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By Michele Smith
The Times 

Report from Dayton City Council for June


DAYTON—Speaking at the June Dayton City Council meeting last week, Planning Director Meagan Bailey said dividing the city into eight zones has made code enforcement easier. Vehicles and RVs parked in the right of way is the biggest current problem, she said.

Council member Matt Wiens said enforcing obstruction on sidewalks from RV tip outs is problematic for the Sheriff’s Department. He said RCWs and WACs exist, but there is no penalty attached. This issue will be referred on to the city planning commission for correction, Mayor Craig George said.

Bailey said a consultant should be on...

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