Dayton Together is spurring important and necessary conversations across our region. Below is a list of news media links and articles concerning Dayton Together.
County Commissioner Dan Foley and former Dayton mayor Paul Leonard outline the Dayton Together vision in a Dayton Daily News op-ed article.
This charter has been prepared for consideration by the Charter Advisory Committee at the request of Dayton Together, a non-profit corporation led by community members and current and former governmental officials.
This report details dissenting opinions on the proposed Dayton Together charter from members of the community.
This map details a possible 10-district plan with 1 at-large as identified by Dayton Together.
Change is difficult, but this a necessary conversation. Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce Phil Parker explains why Dayton Together needs calm, rational debate in our region.
Dayton ranks #17 in this top-20 list of “Cities Americans Are Ditching.” Compiled by BloombergBusiness, the list focuses on cities that “have lost the highest share of their residents to other parts of the country.
The Dayton Daily News reports, “Dan Foley is leading the effort to develop a charter outlining how to merge the city of Dayton and the county, but his two fellow county commissioners at this point do not believe the proposed merger is a good idea.”
A Dayton Daily News article details: “A group of local leaders on Thursday announced they are going to design a plan to merge the city of Dayton and Montgomery County governments and hope to present it for county-wide vote next year.”
From a Dayton Daily News article, County Commissioner Dan Foley explains how a city-county merger could cut down on politicians and bureaucracy.
From the Dayton Daily News, a July 2015 article explains how city-county mergers are sometimes fraught with legal questions and opposed by voters.