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Dayton Sees Restaurant Site, Park As Keys To Economic Development

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Posted: February 9, 2013

Dayton Town Manager John Crim examines the interior of a property at 245 Main St. the town is developing as a restaurant that will be sold to a private interest. Town officials are hoping this and other development projects will make Dayton a destination for locals and visitors alike. (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Dayton Town Manager John Crim surveys the area of the old Jim’s Drive-In Restaurant on College Street where a new park is planned. Town officials hope to have the park ready by this fall’s Autumn Celebration, which takes place in October.
DAYTON — With assistance and endorsement from residents, Dayton is moving forward on projects aimed at recharging its economy. 
 
Town officials champion a building at 245 Main St. and the plot…


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