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Dayton's Department of Planning and Community Development asks for public input

 

DAYTON—The City of Dayton Department of Planning and Community Development encourages the public to review the Main Street Safety Action Plan (MSSAP) draft and submit comments. The goal of the MSSAP is to identify and address current deficiencies along Dayton’s Main Street corridor to ensure the safety of pedestrians, bike riders, and drivers, expand connectivity, and enhance the economic vitality of Main Street businesses.

The full draft MSSAP will be available at http://bit.ly/mssap2021 for review and public comments between June 1st and June 30th, 2021.

All public comments will be examined and considered by the stakeholder advisory committee to make their final recommendation to the Dayton City Council. The MSSAP will remain a draft until it is adopted by the council. A public hearing will be scheduled before a potential adoption. For questions, or help retrieving the materials online, contact the Director of Planning and Community Development, Meagan Hayes at http://www.daytonwa.com.

 

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