Friday, April 09, 2010

Online Public Survey

Online Public Survey on Community Issues Is Available
Survey at; Town Hall Scheduled For April 17

Release Date: Thursday, April 8, 2010
Contact: Paula Powers, Citizen Participation Coordinator, 937-333-7379

An online survey on community issues and solutions is now available at The survey is part of the City of Dayton’s development of the five-year Consolidated Plan to guide local use of up to $40 million in federal Housing and Urban Development funds from 2011 to 2015.

Dayton is developing the Consolidated Plan in cooperation with the City of Kettering. Past uses of HUD funds in Dayton include infrastructure improvements, housing development and rehabilitation, and support for health and human services needs.

A town hall event is also scheduled, to provide citizens and stakeholders with additional comment and input opportunities. The town hall is scheduled for Saturday, April 17, from 9:00 a.m. to noon, at the Dayton Convention Center (22 E. Fifth St., Rm. 306).
For more information or to confirm attendance at the town hall, call 333-3670.


Benjamin Daynes Sadai said...

Hey Gary, I have a post for the blog but I can't post it since I'm not an Admin. I was wondering if you could upload it.

Ben Sadai, a 9th Grader at Stivers, a member of Boy Scout Troop 54 & 10 year resident of Walnut Hills is proud to have the opportunity to go to Honduras this summer for 6 weeks. He will work with 19 other youth from the US and Canada to build latrines in remote villages of the San Pedro Sula region. He has actively been raising funds since January & there are 2 benefits planned to help towards his expenses: a spaghetti dinner hosted at Ohmer Park UMC (corner of Arbor & Clarence) on Sat., 8 May from 5 PM – 8 PM and a garage sale also to be held at Ohmer Park UMC on Sat., 15 May . All proceeds will go toward this endeavor. Come on out to support this great cause & meet this terrific (& cute) young man!

Gary said...

Made a post out of it but removed the words (& cute) since the post is under my name!
Guess we need to add the church to our neighborhood yard sale list.