Dayton to use traffic cameras
Traffic safety enforcement cameras will be active on Dayton streets, with 10 cameras posted at five locations across the city. The camera system activation follows an Ohio Supreme Court ruling that overturned restrictions imposed by the state legislature in 2015.
During October, speed or red light violations will result in warnings. Beginning Nov. 1, violations detected by cameras will generate citations with an $85 fine, with additional penalties for late payments or unpaid fines. Citations are mailed to registered vehicle owners and include payment and appeal directions.
Following are the camera locations: West Third Street at James H. McGee Boulevard (three red light cameras); North Gettysburg Avenue at Fairbanks Avenue (two speed cameras); North Main Street at Siebenthaler Avenue (one speed camera); South Keowee Street between East Third Street and East Fourth Street (two speed cameras) and South Smithville Road at Linden Avenue (two red light cameras).
Cline Award nominations sought
Nominations are now being accepted for the Joseph T. Cline Award honoring City of Dayton employees for excellent public service.
The award honors current City of Dayton workers who display excellence and dedication in their career as a city employee. Other civic and community involvement may also be considered.
Nominees must be current full-time or permanent part-time employees with a minimum of two years of employment with the City of Dayton. Citizens and city employees may nominate individuals for this award. Nomination forms are available at daytonohio.gov/clineaward and Dayton City Hall,101 W. Third St., Office of the City Manager, second floor. Completed forms may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to: Office of Public Affairs, City of Dayton, 101 W. Third St., Dayton OH 45402 by Oct. 9 at 5 p.m.
Renovation begins at John Wolfe Park
On Sept. 24 the City of Trotwood broke ground on a renovation project at John Wolfe Park.
Trotwood Mayor, Mary McDonald said the renovations will include a new splash pad, amphitheater and an updated shelter.
Mayor McDonald said the new features of the park are scheduled to be ready by the summer of 2018.
Cops and Kids Ghostly Night Out Oct. 28
The Cops and Kids Ghostly Night Out will be held on Oct. 28 from 6-10 p.m. in Golden Gate Park. The evening will feature the movie “Hocus Pocus,” a Haunted Forest, the 501st Star Wars Legion, Not Too Scary Hay Ride, Wild Hearts African Farm Petting Zoo, food, face painting, games, prize a costume contest and more. This is a free event.
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