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Marianne Stanley
Marianne Stanley

Ahhhhhh, if only “those who have ears, could hear,”. Dave!! How many more great already-built buildings, and solid ideas of great merit will our city allow to be torn down or discarded without even a twinge of conscience or regret? Think of all the people who are needlessly suffering within our city now who could be soothed, helped, lifted and supported if your VERY excellent suggestions were to be implemented! Dayton could begin to shine again and stand out as a city of great promise and progress as it was back in the mid-1900’s. The inertia in this city when it comes to positive needed change is overwhelming. Time to vote-in entirely new boards and bodies city and countywide!

Glenda LambWilson
Glenda LambWilson

It makes so much sense that the powers that be will never go for it!

Biz Mark
Biz Mark

And even if TPTB went for it, there is no profitable money line for mental health services that would keep the lights on. Premier already has a rehab center opening up in the North. This was probably one factor that contributed to Good Sam’s closing. It is so damn disgusting that Mary Bosalis makes nearly $8 million a year with a nursing degree from an unremarkable, match-book nursing school. But she is part of the insular group of miscreants that get all that is good in beautiful Dayton.

butch
butch

And just who would pay for all this

Ronald
Ronald

What with the opiold epidemic, if Premier could find it in their heart to offer the property and buildings, maybe the City, County or State could come together and find funding to really do something constructive to solve this problem that is not going away!