Midland Atlantic

Lots optioned, nothing gained: the Wayne Ave Kroger Debacle

December 31, 2009, came and went. We were all so busy wondering what the new mayor would bring, that we just forgot about a couple of million tax dollars that were spent for nothing. Yep- in the grand design of government as a developer, the City of Dayton made a whole bunch of bad bets Read More

Free speech and eminent domain: laws we need to be careful with

Before long, it may be illegal to have an opinion, at least one that runs contrary to our Government’s when it comes to deciding what is right for the common good. No, I’m not talking about reforming health insurance, but on the right to protect your property. Right now, Mayor McLin and Nan Whaley, have Read More

Wayne and Wyoming: Limboland

The ongoing saga of the corner of Wayne and Wyoming added a new chapter last Thursday night as Shelly Dickstein of the City of Dayton Department of Economic development made a presentation at Ruskin school. About 100 people filled the room, the news crews were there, and as almost always- there was Pizza Factory pizza. Read More

New plans to be unveiled for Wayne & Wyoming

Got this message about the new plans for the project formerly known as the new Wayne Avenue Kroger store. The City of Dayton Office of Economic Development 101 W. Third Street, Dayton, Ohio 45402 NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING Wayne & Wyoming Project The Dayton community and interested stakeholders are invited to attend a public meeting Read More

No Kroger coming to Wayne and Wyoming

Who says Kroger has to be the only player to put a store at Wayne and Wyoming? This is the press release that the City just issued. City Announces New Strategy for Wayne & Wyoming Redevelopment Project Release Date:   Friday, December12, 2008 Contact:           Shelley Dickstein, Assistant City Manager, 333-3636 Amy Walbridge, Special Projects Administrator, 333-3813 Read More