Construction of a new hangar by The Connor Group at the Dayton-Wright Brothers Airport - which is part of the Miami Twp.-Dayton JEDD - is a positive sign for the district. FILE PHOTO

5 things to know about new Dayton, Miami Twp., Miamisburg JEDD deals

New contracts for development districts involving Dayton, Miami Twp. and Miamisburg have recently been approved.

The agreements involve the Miami Twp.-Dayton Joint Economic Development District and the Miami Crossing JEDD.

The first tax-sharing district is a partnership with the township and Dayton. The second – formerly named for the Dayton Mall - involves the township and Miamisburg. For decades, it has attracted a high volume of traffic, jobs and has been a center for retail, shopping and entertainment.

Here are five things to know about the new contracts:

  • For the first time, they stipulate minimum annual disbursements to member communities. The annual total payments for the Dayton JEDD, which is split 50/50, is $200,000. For Miami Crossing, of which the township gets 70 percent, is $300,000.