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DAYTON — Dayton Town Council approved two separate street addressing changes at its meeting Tuesday.
Gina Donnor, owner of Gina’s Beauty Bar on Main Street, spoke to the council about having her own address separate from Crazy Woman Saloon.
At one time, the property containing the two businesses was one big piece of property, Town Clerk Linda Lofgren said.
“What happens when we have an older piece of property in Dayton and something is built on it, it just snowballs from there,” Lofgren said.
The council reassigned the whole street, three properties total, to give Gina’s Beauty Bar its own address.
Additionally, an agenda item was added to the council meeting to discuss address changes in the Leopard Rock subdivision on Beckton Street on the southwest end of town. The council approved realigning all lot addresses on one side of Beckton Street to be more in line with addresses on the other side of the street, which were correct. Only one house has been built in the subdivision, so it was an ideal time to change the addresses, Lofgren said.
In other business:
• Dayton Town Council awarded the Yard of the Month for August to Polly Rhodes, 215 W. Fourth Ave.
• The council awarded Most Improved Residential Property for 2013 to Rob and Melanie Hium, 165 E. Fourth Ave., Most Improved Nonprofit Business to Dayton Community Church, 206 W. Third St., and Most Improved Business to Dog Paw Pottery, 815 Main St., owned by Barb Sellar. The Most Improved awards are decided annually by a committee that looks at structural and landscaping improvements on property around town. Winners receive a letter signed by Town Council members, a Hans Kleiber book and a metal yard stake declaring their win, among other prizes, Lofgren said.
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