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Stakeholders matter: Dayton’s organizations have a say

In addition to asking for the public’s opinion, planners of the Dayton Riverfront Plan have engaged diverse groups of community stakeholders who have close ties to the riverfront. These groups include local universities, businesses, nonprofit organizations, cultural institutions, clubs and more. Three key segments stand out and each offers a unique perspective on what they hope for the future of …

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The Dayton community talks rivers during August’s public meeting

During last month’s public meetings, project consultants, Sasaki, spent time speaking with community members and gathering feedback with regard to greater Dayton’s riverfronts. While Sasaki is still drilling down into the finer details of in-person feedback and digital surveys, they did share that the community is excited about the future of the river corridors: In the river: Participants discussed accommodating …

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Couldn’t make the first public meeting? You can still tell us what you think

The initial community input meetings for the Dayton Riverfront Plan were a huge success, with over 170 in attendance over two meeting sessions. During the meetings—held on August 17—project consultants, Sasaki, engaged community members, asking them what they envisioned for the 12 miles of river corridor located in greater downtown Dayton. While in Dayton for the public meetings, Sasaki’s consultants …