Archive for the ‘Dayton’ Category

After 22 years, Dayton City Commissioner Dean Lovelace ready to say farewell

November 3, 2015 Leave a comment

Good riddance!


Categories: Dayton, democRATs

Government school students suspended for wearing clothing with Confederate flag say they will continue

September 18, 2015 Leave a comment

Dayton mayor gets pushback for offer to house immigrant children

A feud is unfolding over whether Dayton should take in immigrant children from Central America who have been crossing the border by the tens of thousands in recent months.

Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley is facing off against Congressman Mike Turner and local politicians. The Democratic Whaley says the numbers of young children coming into the U.S. alone from central America constitute a humanitarian crisis.

When the federal government contacted her in early July about potentially housing some of them temporarily, she said—of course.


Categories: Dayton, democRATs, Nan Whaley

20,000 illegals headed for Dayton, Ohio?

This week’s ‘Say What?’ asks local folks about the southern border crisis. More than 50,000 unaccompanied minors have entered the country illegally and the number is forecast to reach 90,000 by year’s end.

Dayton’s Mayor Nan Whaley has told us she favors relocating children here, and she urges Congress to pass President Obama’s request for $3.7 billion for immigrant services. But others demand that the borders be closed immediately and many favor sending children back to their home countries.

How long before we see a rise in crime? Please call the Dayton mayor, Nan Whaley, and let her know they need to be shipped back where they came from.

Here is her contact information:
City Commission Office
City Hall, Second Floor
101 W. Third Street, Dayton, Ohio 45402
Phone: 937-333-3644
Fax: 937-333-4297
Email: Mayor Nan Whaley

Fire Andrea Mitchell
ABC 22

Lawsuit challenges Dayton’s use of traffic cameras

March 26, 2014 Leave a comment

A lawsuit challenging Dayton’s traffic cameras will be announced this afternoon. The suit targets the red light and speed cameras run by Redflex Traffic Systems. Attorney Michael Allen said he believes the cameras are “more about raising revenues for cash strapped municipalities than improving traffic safety” because drivers don’t have a “fair chance” to defend themselves against citations.

I hope this works. They create accidents rather than prevent them.


Categories: Dayton

Lawsuit asks for stop to traffic cameras

March 25, 2014 Leave a comment

I’ve been against them from the beginning. I’ve spoken with officials in Kettering and in Dayton, and they both say that it causes more trouble than it’s worth. You can’t face your accuser for one. That alone should warrant these being taken down.


Categories: Dayton, Kettering

Dayton government schools to close 2 schools, recast a third

February 28, 2014 Leave a comment

It’s a drop in the bucket, but every one counts.


Categories: Dayton, Government Schools

Vicki West, HIV-positive prostitute, arrested again

December 14, 2013 Leave a comment

Can someone let me know why this individual is stealing oxygen?

Dayton Daily News

Categories: Dayton

Dayton to hold "Mayor’s Day" on October 20

October 8, 2009 Leave a comment

he next Mayor’s Day is scheduled for October 20 at Stuart Patterson Center.

Mayor Rhine McLin’s next Mayor’s Day event is scheduled for Tuesday, October 20, from 10:00 a.m. to noon, at the Stuart Patterson Center, 238 Baltimore Ave. Citizens will have an opportunity to meet with Mayor McLin for up to 15 minutes. Mayor’s Day meetings are conducted by appointment only and can be arranged by calling 333-3653 in advance. Mayor’s Day is designed to make City government more accessible to the citizens of Dayton.

Spoiled fruits and vegetables will not be provided for those attending.

Categories: Corruption, Dayton, democRATs

450 mayors petition Obama to adopt broad gun reform

October 8, 2009 Leave a comment

Among those Ohio mayors are Donald Plusquellic (Akron, OH), Mark Mallory (Cincinnati, OH [still not recruited to play for the Reds?!?]), and Dayton’s Mortician-In-chief, Rhine McLin. Her joining this petition is another reason for Dayton residents to vote for Gary Leitzell.


Washington Post

Categories: Dayton, Second Amendment