Dayton is dying?
Not everyone thinks so. Two local businesses just announced plans to expand their operations in downtown Dayton.
Cincinnati-based Integrated Solutions and Services, Inc will migrate from their current E. First location to more spacious quarters at 1024 W. Third St. (Inner West Priority Board) in early 2010.
ISS provides information technology and management for for federal agencies. They plan to add six to eight employees to their staff, according to the City of Dayton.
Following approval of a grant from the Dayton City Commission, Dayton Head & Neck Surgeons will renovate and expand their facilities at 369 W. First St. They also plan to hire additional staff.
As small as these expansions may seem in the grand scheme of things, I’ll take any positive business growth in this city after we were abandoned by General Motors and slapped in the face by NCR.
Nevertheless, despite all the nonsensical venom being spewed by those outside and inside of Dayton, (DDN comment trolls, I’m talking to you) there are economic success stories in this city.
Some information in this post provided by The City of Dayton.