Submissions due today for Dayton project wish list


Ideas are due today for the annual wish list for federal and state project spending.

The Dayton Region Priority Development & Advocacy Committee (PDAC) is looking for community or government-based projects that will benefit the Dayton area.

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Some of the projects that the committee has chosen to lobby for in the past include new airport infrastructure, defense-related investments, improvements to area colleges and funding for local arts centers.

All project information will be posted on the Coalition’s website for public review.

“Our goal for PDAC is to help find the community projects that will have the most significant impact in the Dayton region,” Jeff Hoagland, Dayton Development Coalition president and CEO, previously said. “This valuable process helps our community speak with one voice to our state and federal delegations, and share the many ways our partners are working to make our community a better place to live.

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