Dayton Government

Dayton Police Department issues statement about officers social media post

From Facebook, City of Dayton official page: A Statement from the Dayton Police Department The Dayton Police Department was made aware today of a social media post by one of our officers regarding the victim of a kidnapping case we are currently investigating. On July 7, 2019, the Dayton Police Department responded to a suspicious Read More

It’s long past time to fire Dayton City Manager Shelly Dickstein, or arrest her?

When the ship is sinking, people do desperate stupid things. Of course, if you’re the captain of the ship, and you know you were at fault, sometimes it’s just about self-preservation. Lucky for Dayton City Manager Shelly Dickstein (and her partner in crime, Mayor Nan Whaley) the FBI and the DOJ seem to have either Read More

Texas gets public comments right

I love my readers, especially Jay Madewell, who slipped this link to me. It seems, someone in Texas realized that silencing the public at meetings when you are supposedly doing their business- is WRONG. Dayton used to allow people to speak before votes on city manager recommendations, and again at public comments, and again if Read More

Hire friends, hire family, it’s the way we roll in Dayton Public Schools

Dr. Elizabeth Lolli never has to worry about HR, because no one on the board cares what she does. Lawsuits galore coming out of HR because, well, there is no one in HR that knows what they are doing… because she hired some friends of Dr. Burton to be consultants- without any kind of oversight. Read More

Dayton City Commission Candidates on the issues

The Dayton Daily news sent us all questionnaires with softball questions. I’m reprinting them here so you can find them easily. I will update as each day progresses. If you think everything is “Great in Dayton” you can reelect Matt Joseph for his fifth term or Chris Shaw to his second. If you want to Read More

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