LEFT OF DAYTON

Community/Business Comments Delay “No Ho Zone” Ordinance | October 24, 2007

A spokesperson for Dayton’s Public Affairs office said following up on citizen and business comments and concerns is delaying consideration of an city ordinance that would designate certain areas of the city as “No Ho’ Zones”, the object being to give police another enforcement tool to work with.

According to the Public Affairs office the concerns include the negative aspects of actually labeling residential or business areas as restricted as well as possible constitutional issues. Another factor is the delay are efforts to evolve other avenues of approach, including concurrent development of social/health projects and the “John School” concept. Accordingly, the legislation has now been delayed at least two weeks, possibly longer as the City law department continues to work on the language and to address the concerns raised.

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Back in the neighborhood, the March of the Ho’s continues relatively unabated.

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