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Old 12-27-2009, 10:59 PM
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Recently, a lot of local politicians in the Dayton area have supported the idea of regionalism, or, suburban communities and Dayton city proper working in a semi-united effort for economic advantages. I thought it was even more interesting, because the Vandalia city manager and several other suburban representatives are heavily against it because they feel their communities should work on an individual level, and that other communities shouldn't have a say in what goes on in other communities. My question is, do you think the suburbs should have a say what goes on in Dayton? Perhaps the people in the suburbs, because they are affected by the county seat's health, should have a say? What are your thoughts?
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Old 12-28-2009, 05:39 AM
Location: Downtown Dayton, Ohio
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I rarely steer folks away from one forum to DMM but in this case it makes more sense to keep the conversation there as much as already been researched and discussed over the past couple years over there. For those who aren't members on DMM, you are certainly welcome but even non-members can read the discussions there.

Regionalism | Dayton MostMetro (http://www.daytonmostmetro.com/forum/index.php?board=36.0 - broken link)
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