The proposed $36 million Water Street development downtown cleared another hurdle Wednesday. Dayton City Commissioners approved an amendment to the city’s zoning code to allow the development to be built up to five stories, up from the city’s previous zoning of properties close to the river that had to be shorter, said Shelley Dickstein, assistant city manager for strategic planning for the city. Several members of the city’s planning board had expressed concern about the ...
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