I had the grave misfortune of living in Dayton for about a year. EtHics are nearly non-existent in this town as are landlord-tenant laws and, evidently, employment laws. Perhaps, because of the economy. There is real unwillingness, almost a fear, to stand up for what is fair or right. People gouge and bill and misrepresent in ways that would be illegal in most states. Just politics and bobble …
Dayton, OH had a chance at becoming a great historical city centered around being the birthplace of aviation. Unofortunately for Dayton things didn't turn out so well. Businesses left and they took the wealth with them. There are many abandoned homes and factories in Dayton and there is a crime problem mainly within the inner city and the west side. I've grown up here and have lived here my whole …
RandyEDUPosted on Mar 27, 2011
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