Dayton Regionalism

West Dayton played- again…

In the land where funk began, voters should really change their preference in music after the last carefully orchestrated sideshow- their new theme song, courtesy of the bad boys of British power rock, The Who- should be “Won’t get fooled again” After two meetings in black churches, which more closely resembled a church revival sans Read More

Time to clean house at Wright State

I like Dr. David Hopkins. A lot. I’ve done work for him- not a lot. I’m a Wright State graduate. I was active in Student Government. Inter Club Council and Student Affairs when I was a student. All that being said- in light of the really good journalism at the Dayton Daily news by Josh Read More

Desperation drives merger in East Cleveland

On Wednesday, a different kind of “regionalization” plan was kicked off in Cleveland: East Cleveland Mayor Gary Norton took the first step Wednesday toward a possible merger with the city of Cleveland – submitting petitions in support of the initiative with about 1,600 signatures to the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections. Source: East Cleveland Mayor Read More

The “regionalization” plan that wasn’t

When Joey Williams actually posts something political on Facebook, you know people are talking. And that Joey is distancing himself from the new plan is an instant giveaway that this plan is DOA. Not that he has any clout- but, I digress. I’ve always said that if Kettering were the largest community in the County Read More

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