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Popular tax break could be history: What it would mean to Dayton
 Proposals to reform the federal tax code could end an incentive that has helped create hundreds of new apartments in downtown Dayton and that developers want to use to create hundreds of new units in the future. The federal historic tax credit is at risk of elimination, which would jeopardize future efforts to rehab many historic buildings...

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Proposals to reform the federal tax code could end an incentive that has helped create hundreds of new apartments in downtown Dayton and that developers want to use to create hundreds of new units in the future. The federal historic tax credit is at risk of elimination, which would jeopardize future efforts to rehab many historic buildings...
Nickel a pill: Mayor Whaley’s prescription painkiller surcharge plan
 Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley, a Democratic candidate for Ohio governor, today proposed charging a nickel per dose surcharge for every prescription painkiller pill sold in the state. State data show that 631 million doses of opioids were distributed in Ohio, and a nickel surcharge would generate $31.5 million per year to increase funding for local...

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Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley, a Democratic candidate for Ohio governor, today proposed charging a nickel per dose surcharge for every prescription painkiller pill sold in the state. State data show that 631 million doses of opioids were distributed in Ohio, and a nickel surcharge would generate $31.5 million per year to increase funding for local...
Dayton: Get a light or risk getting a ticket
 Riding a bicycle at night without a light isn’t just dangerous — it’s against the law. Since 2015, about 125 people have faced charges in Dayton Municipal Court for not having the proper bicycle signaling devices, which includes lamps mounted on either the front of the bike or its operator, according to court data. But bicyclists...

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Riding a bicycle at night without a light isn’t just dangerous — it’s against the law. Since 2015, about 125 people have faced charges in Dayton Municipal Court for not having the proper bicycle signaling devices, which includes lamps mounted on either the front of the bike or its operator, according to court data. But bicyclists...
Dayton likely to ask for ‘Dreamers’ program to continue
 The Dayton City Commission on Wednesday will vote on an informal resolution that declares support for continuing a program that shields from deportation people who were brought into the country illegally as children. There are 800,000 people living in the United States who received protections from deportation under the Deferred Action for...

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The Dayton City Commission on Wednesday will vote on an informal resolution that declares support for continuing a program that shields from deportation people who were brought into the country illegally as children. There are 800,000 people living in the United States who received protections from deportation under the Deferred Action for...
Dayton police install storage vaults after chief’s gun stolen
 The Dayton Police Department is installing storage vaults in more than 100 unmarked cars and trucks, according to records obtained by this newspaper. The vaults will come after the theft of Dayton police Chief Richard Biehl’s service weapon — likely from an unlocked vehicle. Biehl’s firearm was stolen from his city-issued...

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The Dayton Police Department is installing storage vaults in more than 100 unmarked cars and trucks, according to records obtained by this newspaper. The vaults will come after the theft of Dayton police Chief Richard Biehl’s service weapon — likely from an unlocked vehicle. Biehl’s firearm was stolen from his city-issued...
5 cool things developers want to do with the Dayton Arcade
 The group working to redevelop the Dayton Arcade has asked for $5 million in state historic tax incentives after earlier being awarded $5 million in tax credits in the summer of 2017. Here are five cool things the developers have in mind, from documents submitted in seeking those tax credits: The first phase for redevelopment of the Dayton...

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The group working to redevelop the Dayton Arcade has asked for $5 million in state historic tax incentives after earlier being awarded $5 million in tax credits in the summer of 2017. Here are five cool things the developers have in mind, from documents submitted in seeking those tax credits: The first phase for redevelopment of the Dayton...
New Dayton Arcade plans: Pop-up restaurants, micro apartments, ‘secret’ tenant
 The Dayton Arcade developers are thinking “small” for the second phase of their massive rehab plans. They propose creating tiny living spaces and “curated, small” dining options for a portion of the arcade complex closest to East Third Street, according to documents submitted to the state. Local officials said they...

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The Dayton Arcade developers are thinking “small” for the second phase of their massive rehab plans. They propose creating tiny living spaces and “curated, small” dining options for a portion of the arcade complex closest to East Third Street, according to documents submitted to the state. Local officials said they...
Issue 2 opponents, supporters face off in Dayton
 State Issue 2 supporters and opponents came to Dayton on Thursday night to trade statistics, stories and barbs — and repeatedly accused the other side of distorting the facts and making bogus claims or promises. The exchanges during a public forum about Issue 2 at Sinclair College featured a lively and combative debate focused primarily...

Posted: 6 days ago

State Issue 2 supporters and opponents came to Dayton on Thursday night to trade statistics, stories and barbs — and repeatedly accused the other side of distorting the facts and making bogus claims or promises. The exchanges during a public forum about Issue 2 at Sinclair College featured a lively and combative debate focused primarily...
The beard police: Dayton officers can go unshaven for good cause
 Beards are usually a big no-no at the Dayton Police Department. That’s because growing out the facial hair violates department dress code. But Dayton officers can give their razors a rest this month during “No Shave October” (not to be confused with Movember, when many men nationwide choose to grow out moustaches for fun...

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Beards are usually a big no-no at the Dayton Police Department. That’s because growing out the facial hair violates department dress code. But Dayton officers can give their razors a rest this month during “No Shave October” (not to be confused with Movember, when many men nationwide choose to grow out moustaches for fun...
Dayton police sergeant fired for allegedly being ‘untruthful’
 A female police sergeant who is suing the city of Dayton for gender discrimination was fired this month for allegedly falsifying information and being “untruthful” with city staff, according to disciplinary records in her personnel file. Sgt. Tonina Lamanna in August did not tell the truth when she was asked during an interview...

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A female police sergeant who is suing the city of Dayton for gender discrimination was fired this month for allegedly falsifying information and being “untruthful” with city staff, according to disciplinary records in her personnel file. Sgt. Tonina Lamanna in August did not tell the truth when she was asked during an interview...
Former West Dayton amusement park site is an attraction once more
 The roller coasters and carnival games are long gone, but Lakeside Lake in west Dayton is expected to attract fun-seekers once again thanks to a new fishing pier that was unveiled today. The 10-acre lake was once part of Lakeside Amusement Park, which operated from 1890 until the mid-1960s. The lake fell on hard times after that, and its...

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The roller coasters and carnival games are long gone, but Lakeside Lake in west Dayton is expected to attract fun-seekers once again thanks to a new fishing pier that was unveiled today. The 10-acre lake was once part of Lakeside Amusement Park, which operated from 1890 until the mid-1960s. The lake fell on hard times after that, and its...
Dayton may have to spend $5M to try to reduce river pollution
 The city of Dayton is seeking a $4.8 million state loan to pay for upgrades to its wastewater treatment plant to try to reduce pollution in the lower Great Miami River. The city may not have to invest in upgrades if it wins a challenge before the Environmental Review Appeals Commission. But the city needs to be prepared if its appeal is rejected...

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The city of Dayton is seeking a $4.8 million state loan to pay for upgrades to its wastewater treatment plant to try to reduce pollution in the lower Great Miami River. The city may not have to invest in upgrades if it wins a challenge before the Environmental Review Appeals Commission. But the city needs to be prepared if its appeal is rejected...
Loan program targets downtown Dayton’s office market
 A new, multi-million-dollar fund will help businesses and entrepreneurs improve downtown Dayton’s office spaces to grow jobs and reuse struggling properties. New and expanded financial tools through the fund will help renovate office buildings, according to CityWide, which says it will expand its tenant improvement and debt loan products...

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A new, multi-million-dollar fund will help businesses and entrepreneurs improve downtown Dayton’s office spaces to grow jobs and reuse struggling properties. New and expanded financial tools through the fund will help renovate office buildings, according to CityWide, which says it will expand its tenant improvement and debt loan products...
Downtown pavilion redo: Bids come in much cheaper
 The reconstruction of a downtown park into a state-of-the art music venue hit a hitch when only one firm bid on the project and wanted $3 million more than the estimated building budget. But the Levitt Pavilion Dayton project was rebid and four companies submitted proposals by the deadline — noon today —which were much more in...

Posted: 8 days ago

The reconstruction of a downtown park into a state-of-the art music venue hit a hitch when only one firm bid on the project and wanted $3 million more than the estimated building budget. But the Levitt Pavilion Dayton project was rebid and four companies submitted proposals by the deadline — noon today —which were much more in...
Being black in Dayton: Can’t close the money gap
 Dayton’s black residents face wide and persistent gaps in economic opportunities, and some measures of achievement and well-being are headed in the wrong direction, despite making some important gains, according to a recent report titled “The State of Black Dayton: Opportunities Lost.” About 58,000 Dayton residents are black...

Posted: 9 days ago

Dayton’s black residents face wide and persistent gaps in economic opportunities, and some measures of achievement and well-being are headed in the wrong direction, despite making some important gains, according to a recent report titled “The State of Black Dayton: Opportunities Lost.” About 58,000 Dayton residents are black...
Dayton police sergeant who sued for discrimination is fired
 A female Dayton police sergeant who sued the police department, alleging gender discrimination, has been fired. Sgt. Tonina Lamanna, a 17-year veteran of the department, was terminated in relation to a disciplinary issue that occurred after she filed her civil lawsuit against the city, according to a statement from her attorney. “I...

Posted: 9 days ago

A female Dayton police sergeant who sued the police department, alleging gender discrimination, has been fired. Sgt. Tonina Lamanna, a 17-year veteran of the department, was terminated in relation to a disciplinary issue that occurred after she filed her civil lawsuit against the city, according to a statement from her attorney. “I...
Dayton crime: Residents want help with North Main drugs, prostitution
 Some residents in the North Main Street area are asking Dayton leaders to do more about crime there. Paula Humphrey complained about drugs, prostitution and other crime in the area and requested more patrols. She and other residents spoke last week at city commission hours after a woman was injured in a shooting at 5:30 a.m. Wednesday. The...

Posted: 10 days ago

Some residents in the North Main Street area are asking Dayton leaders to do more about crime there. Paula Humphrey complained about drugs, prostitution and other crime in the area and requested more patrols. She and other residents spoke last week at city commission hours after a woman was injured in a shooting at 5:30 a.m. Wednesday. The...
Dayton residents fed up with North Main Street crime seek help
 Thirteen hours after a woman was shot on North Main Street on Wednesday, a handful of residents who live near the crime scene demanded the city take action to make the area safer. The sale of illegal drugs, prostitution and other crime along the North Main Street corridor is out of control and must be countered through increased law enforcement...

Posted: 10 days ago

Thirteen hours after a woman was shot on North Main Street on Wednesday, a handful of residents who live near the crime scene demanded the city take action to make the area safer. The sale of illegal drugs, prostitution and other crime along the North Main Street corridor is out of control and must be countered through increased law enforcement...
Dayton mayor: We can do better than speed bumps
 Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley is among those who believe that speed bumps aren’t the right solution to stop reckless driving in neighborhoods. The city has 426 speed humps (which are wider) and bumps, and some residents say they’re needed to stop poor behavior.  But others aren’t convinced they make a big difference, and...

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Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley is among those who believe that speed bumps aren’t the right solution to stop reckless driving in neighborhoods. The city has 426 speed humps (which are wider) and bumps, and some residents say they’re needed to stop poor behavior.  But others aren’t convinced they make a big difference, and...
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