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When the Dayton Daily News gets it wrong: Dayton Development Coalition salaries

A letter went out today to the stakeholders of the Dayton Development Coalition- to correct an article by Lucas Sullivan at the Dayton Daily, which I wrote a post about: Dayton Development Coalition is out of touch Turns out, what was printed as the “Base pay” for the CEO was the “Total Pay”- big difference, Read More

Dayton Development Coalition is out of touch

First order of business at every municipality in the region today: demand an audit and a refund from the Dayton Development Coalition. While every single community has been asking employees for concessions, laying off staff, not filling positions and cutting budgets- the Dayton Development Coalition continues to behave like Wall Street bankers- drinking champagne and Read More

The Dayton Development Coalition is listening to esrati.com

Back on Feb 18th I suggested the Dayton Development Coalition put together a bid for Google Fiber to come to Dayton. Today they launched another “Real Art” production (from the folks that brought you Qbase, Get Midwest, H2OH! and that “wonderful” Dayton Region Rally) the site, get this, www.averageandawesome.com From the Dayton Daily: “We’re really Read More

Reality Check for the Dayton Development Coalition

The top paid administrator in Montgomery County is Deborah Feldman- her pay is around $180K That pales in comparison to what the Dayton Development Coalition pays its top honcho, who has been paid in the $300K range (numbers are hard to nail down because the DDC is always late in filing its financials). While all Read More

Dayton Development Coalition preaches to the choir: Dayton Region Rally

The Dayton Development Coalition held a “Dayton Region Rally” today- and everybody who is somebody and still wears a suit to a job paying six figures or more was there. Not exactly the people who make up the “Dayton Region” where unemployment is still around 12% (unless you are a minority where it’s way higher). Read More

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