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The brighter future for Dayton is a more collaborative one, Dayton City Council member and former Dayton Mayor Mike DeWitt said Monday. Dayton and the region's residents are working to overcome inequalities so more people can live happy and fulfilling lives, according to residents who attended a Voice of Ohio forum last week. Community problems can be solved through cooperation, but success requires leadership and rework, residents said at the forum, which was held in the auditorium of the Dayton Public Library on the second floor of City Hall. It's always a challenge to get people to sit down and get down to the business, "said John Ketttering, a Kettering resident who is running against incumbent Councilman Bruce Duke for the City Council.

Participants have two options: either run the marathon in October, run a virtual marathon this spring, or postpone the Flying Pig Marathon dates in 2021, 2022 and 2023. Call the church at (937) 696-2860 to make sure the pantry is open on days other than Tuesday. The pantry tour is available from Tuesday to Friday from 10 am to 4 pm and from 12 pm to 5.30 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

If you cannot find a church near you, please call (937) 696-2860 for more information. AAA rules are available at by calling AAA at 1-800-778-7879 or writing a message to the address.

Finally, I would suggest to the Anderson Township Trustees that they try to raise funds for a pathway that connects the current pathway with a new pathway on the west side of the city. I suspect that the proposed extension would eventually be as hilly as the current routes, and it would increase the benefits of this route by creating a more comfortable route for cyclists, pedestrians and other recreational users. For small children who want to go on trips by bike, especially for disabled children, the route would not be recommended.

Other MetroParks parks and facilities will continue to take steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19 through improved cleanup protocols. The NWS in Wilmington would like to thank the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and the National Park Service for their support in conducting this survey. A local Voice of Ohio forum sponsored by the trustees of the Trotwood-Anderson community and other members of the local community. Voice Ohio forums held last week in Dayton, Kettering and Troy were intended to stimulate public discussion about solutions to state problems.

We focus a lot on measuring a community's wellbeing - its being and economic success in terms of the number of jobs, but less on quality of life.

Officials in Dayton, Celina and surrounding communities are still searching for possible victims after severe storms. Given the terrible destruction and chaos the storm system has wreaked, Dayton officials say they are lucky that no fatalities have been reported. Those who avoided the path during the ongoing search and rescue operations were able to travel to areas with significant damage.

All public schools in Dayton, Celina and other parts of the city of Dayton are closed until further notice, DeWine said, on orders from the Ohio Department of Health. The Dayton Public Library, Dayton City Hall and the Dayton Police Department were closed indefinitely. All public school buses, buses and light rail in the area have either been cancelled or closed.

DeWine also ordered all public schools in Dayton, Celina and other parts of the city of Dayton to close until further notice.

Dayton Live is currently working to postpone as many upcoming shows as possible, including concerts in buildings rented from organizers. Kettering Police announced that they would stop fingerprinting people and stop fingerprinting people in the car park of the city's police station from 3pm. Neighborhood volunteers were also instructed not to report for duty, but to drive - trips are also canceled and officers will not attend neighborhood association meetings, according to a department press release. The Dayton Police Department has also canceled department-sponsored training for its officers and said officers will not be present at every meeting of neighborhood associations.

St. Vincent de Paul is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization serving the greater Dayton area. As the center's website points out, it is "one of the largest nonprofits in the state of Ohio. We understand, acknowledge and agree that the Company is not a charity and has not requested any monetary donations or other financial support for its charitable activities. The Company will initiate arbitration if it does not reach an agreement to settle this claim within 30 days of receiving this notice.

The city is part of Clayton, which merged with the surrounding Randolph Township in 1998-11-12. Wildflowers such as blueberries, blueberries, pears, peaches, apricots, cherries, rhododendrons and much more grow in woodland and meadows. The trail is located in the west of the city, while the two venues where parking is available are located in the north and south of the city.

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