Several years ago I proposed that Dayton join Denver in being one of the first to roll out the BCycle bike share system. It would have been about a $2 million investment, and would have put Dayton on the map in the news cycle as a major player and forward thinker in bik- sharing systems. Read More
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A few things I’d like to see everyone try in 2011. Eat out at independent restaurants more. Why go to Friday’s or Applebee’s when you can go get the exact same thing anywhere in the country? Need some suggestions? And- don’t just stick to food you know- experiment a bit- for starters: Linh’s on Airway. Read More
Retailers just reported a bounce in holiday sales that were actually over what they were pre-meltdown. The very same day- the price of gasoline shoots up to $3.20 a gallon. If the oil companies had any sense, they’d realize that by gouging now, we’ll end up with more people declaring bankruptcy again, prices on everything Read More
While Denver is still working out a few kinks with the touch screens- that weren’t as touch sensitive as they should be, and a bit of confusion with the rate system- the roll out of 500 bikes has made an impact: Word spread. People grasped the economic and environmental benefits. More and more red bikes Read More
In a kind of bogus way, the Dayton Business Journal has taken its “readers comments” and used them anonymously, even though Disqus has the full name. Last two weeks- they’ve featured my comments- without giving credit: Dayton faces $5M in cuts for 2011 budget (Nov. 15) • Hmm, you’re losing customers, cut services, raise prices Read More