City Council votes to move to hybrid meetings to second Tuesdays


March 17, 2022

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Look, Ma! No Masks! Turnout was hearty for the Dayton Chamber of Commerce's first live-and-in-person Brix and Brew fund raising event since the coronavirus upended social gatherings in 2020, and there was fun to be done! This portion of the evening of delicious food, beverages and lavish generosity last Friday at the Fairgrounds Pavilion was the famous (or infamous) Heads or Tails Game. Couples ante up $5 to participate and one partner indicates "heads" or "tails" while Chamber Manager Belinda Larson, on stage to the left of announcer Bette Lou Crothers, flips a coin. Just match the coin flip to stay in, as did Dan and Jill Andrews (center) when the dust settled. Everyone enjoyed a fun-filled evening and the Chamber rejuvenated its coffers for future community events.

DAYTON–The Dayton City Council during the March 9 meeting voted to move its remote meetings to hybrid, and move the monthly meetings from the second Wednesday to the second Tuesdays at 6 p.m. to begin next month, pending discovery of whether an official action item is needed on the agenda. Four items were presented to Council for consideration and possible action, and reports were presented b...

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