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In November 2009, Dayton City Council and the City of Dayton purchased the Palmer Creek Lodge, located at 606 4th Street, as a future Community Center for City of Dayton residents.
Mayor Jolie White and City Manger Christy Ellis received notice on February 17, 2010, that the City of Dayton had been approved to receive an $800,000.00 grant from the Community Development Block Grant program.
On November 5, 2010, the City of Dayton posted Notice of Intent to request a release of funds for improvements to the new Community Center, located at 606 4th Street, Dayton, Oregon, including: renovated restrooms and meeting spaces, remodeling of portions of the structure, and ADA accessibility improvements to the structure and property. On-site improvements to the parking lot, landscaping, lighting and utilities were also proposed.
On August 18, 2010, the City of Dayton and the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office entered into a Memorandum of Agreement to mitigate the adverse impact of the remodel of the historic Jacob Mayer Masonic Lodge into the new Dayton Community Center. The agreement provides that the City of Dayton will prepare an interpretive display to be featured in the Community Center.
For more information regarding the Community Center, contact the City of Dayton at (503) 864-2221 or stop by City Hall at 416 Ferry Street, Dayton Oregon.
Community Development Block Grant Approval Letter February 17, 2010
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