Dayton 2019 is a site for examining quality of life issues of interest to townspeople. Consider these issues and voice your opinion on the ones of interest to your household.
At the election of November 2019, 302 out of 865 registered voters participated, with the Clerk Treasurer drawing the most votes. The two at large candidates each drew less than 18% of the electorate’s support, or a whopping 26% support of those who voted. Which candidates share your vision for issues that are found in all small communities?
In group discussions, deep research, and references to peer towns, citizens have the ability to explain findings to townspeople, other citizen groups, and the town council.
Key quality of life issues that townspeople might find worthy of discussion are listed. There are surely more issues to add. Each of these issues are expected to be addressed by small groups of townspeople that then share their findings with the town council. A citizen might have strong feelings for one to three issues, though not likely to have the need to provide input to each group.