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whatacrockocrap

Hamilton, OH

#1 Jan 17, 2009
I think the city ought to be ashamed of thier town. It is dirty, the kids rule the streets. The main street going through "DownTown" is a joke. The buildings are empty and run down, I think the towns landlords are slumlords!!!!!!!!!! I am looking to buy a building for a buisness Ha it won't be in Dayton, I saw a few nice places, 1 being the Pizza place, and one that had lovely flowers and the city building looked ok hooray for those 3 places and I anm sorry you have buisness thier. hope you don't go under!!!
yes

Hamilton, OH

#2 Jan 19, 2009
they have nice Plans!!!
Bellevue

Cincinnati, OH

#3 Jan 20, 2009
Dayton needs to update their town like Bellevue did. It would be nice to have lights like Bellevue added.
getsomethingfork idstodo

Louisville, KY

#4 Mar 29, 2009
Do you know why kids run the street? Because they have nothing better to do! When i grew up in Dayton we had the roller rink, we had tacoma pool, and we had the Marianne theatre... What is left? Not one of those things!!!!! Our kids are no worse than in any other town... Whatacrockacrap why dont you come to Dayton open a business and do good things for the city instead of sitting there and tryin to belittle people that you know nothing about....some people need to bring their notches down on that high pedistool before they fall down!!!
whatacrockocrap lol

Littleton, CO

#5 Mar 30, 2009
Hey what do you mean, whatacrockocrap... shouldnt it be what a crock OF crap, you stupid ass, don't want you down here anyway!! You should be ashamed of yourself and your kids, I know them!!!
concerned

Littleton, CO

#6 Mar 30, 2009
I want to bring to light about the black boy who was called the "n" word by that Fox boy then hit in the head by him. The boy is 16. I do not want my bi-racial child in this town, or I want the J fox kid outta this town, move already!!
oilinmylamp

United States

#7 Apr 5, 2009
The Marianne was in Bellevue. The movie theater in Dayton was the Davue.
getsomethingforkidstodo wrote:
Do you know why kids run the street? Because they have nothing better to do! When i grew up in Dayton we had the roller rink, we had tacoma pool, and we had the Marianne theatre... What is left? Not one of those things!!!!! Our kids are no worse than in any other town... Whatacrockacrap why dont you come to Dayton open a business and do good things for the city instead of sitting there and tryin to belittle people that you know nothing about....some people need to bring their notches down on that high pedistool before they fall down!!!
oilinmylamp

United States

#8 Apr 5, 2009
I never did get up the courage to go off the high board at Tacoma
oilinmylamp

United States

#9 Apr 5, 2009
Buying a comic book and drinking a cherry coke at Drach's was always fun.
badasspayne

Fort Knox, KY

#10 Apr 23, 2009
I grew up in Dayton and ran the streets and like getsome said, we had nothing to do.Seems to have calmed down a little though but maybe it just seems like it cause I only visit a few times a year these days.
venture

Fort Thomas, KY

#11 Jul 25, 2009
to what a crockofcrack:

Dayton is still a nice town. I live in Dayton and take offense by your comments. Have you ever
been in the west side of Newport?
light ning

Shepherdsville, KY

#12 Aug 5, 2009
Dayton has some very nice people living there and I also take offense at that comment. Every city has it's ups and downs. Daytons high taxes are my concerns. If I'm not mistaken, the highest in Kentucky. So, seems like Daytons taxes may be helping you live on your high horse. Dayton has changed. Since Dayton is a small town paying BIG taxes trust me, that's what botherd you. I guess you also forgot, Dayton has given hugh tax breaks to the companys that are there. So please don't down that small town. Especially when there are far worse.
Lee Letard Navare

Radcliff, KY

#13 Aug 8, 2009
oilinmylamp wrote:
The Marianne was in Bellevue. The movie theater in Dayton was the Davue.<quoted text>
Yeah no shyt. we all know the Marianne theater was in Bellevue but it was a couple blocks from Dayton and on the avenue which we pretty much ran. Dayton has always ran Bellevue. Bellevue kids are to scared to even come to Dayton.
LISA

Louisville, KY

#14 Aug 15, 2009
Lee Letard Navare wrote:
<quoted text> Yeah no shyt. we all know the Marianne theater was in Bellevue but it was a couple blocks from Dayton and on the avenue which we pretty much ran. Dayton has always ran Bellevue. Bellevue kids are to scared to even come to Dayton.
OMG!
Sounds like you need to grow-up and stop trying to be a trouble maker.
what a joke

Franklin, OH

#15 Aug 16, 2009
Bellevue wrote:
Dayton needs to update their town like Bellevue did. It would be nice to have lights like Bellevue added.
You are soooooo right with that comment. I grew up in Dayton and in order to get to Dayton you went through Bellevue. In years past when you drove through Bellevue you would see teens and kids on street corners, now you see older people enjoying a pizza or an ice cream on a saturday nite as late as 10-11 PM. Who ever thought of the Belleveu Fairfield ave renovation should help out Dayton do the same. I am not saying to run the kids, but to livin up 6th street in Dayton.
Hahaha

Cincinnati, OH

#16 Aug 20, 2010
Police should do something about the loitering in front of store fronts and restaurants.
Every time I go pick-up food from AA Wok, there is always some kind of trash hanging outside of it.
your question answered

Louisville, KY

#17 Aug 25, 2010
For those of you that don't understand why the police can't get rid of people who hang out on street corners, in front of businesses etc....
This is the legal definition of Loitering according to KY Law aka Kentucky Revised Statutes aka KRS. Copied from the Deparment of Criminal Justice Training website located in Richmond Kentucky.
KRS 525.090 Loitering
(1) A person is guilty of loitering when he:
(a) Loiters or remains in a public place for the purpose of gambling with cards, dice or other gambling paraphernalia, except that the provisions of this section shall not apply if the person is participating in charitable gaming defined by KRS 238.505; or
(b) Loiters or remains in a public place for the purpose of unlawfully using a controlled substance: or
(c) Loiters or remains in or about a school, college or university building or grounds, not having any reason or relationship involving custody of or responsibility for a pupil or student or any other specific legitimate reason for being there and not having written permission from anyone authorized to grant the same; or
(d) Loiters or remains in any transportation facility, unless specifically authorized to do so, for the purpose of soliciting or engaging in any business, trade or commercial transactions involving the sale of merchandise or services.
(2)
Loitering is a violation
your question answered

Louisville, KY

#18 Aug 25, 2010
According to Wikipedia- the free (internet) encyclopedia. Which refers to Supreme Court rulings on Loitering.

Local areas vary on the degree to which police are empowered to arrest loiterers; limitations on their power are sometimes made over concerns regarding racial profiling.

In Canada the Supreme Court dismissed an appeal regarding a case of loitering near a playground by a man convicted of child abuse.(see R. v. Heywood).

In many places loitering is a crime in and of itself. In other places loitering on public property is not necessarily illegal (unless loiterers are violating another law such as loitering to solicit for prostitution, begging, consuming alcoholic beverages in public, etc). Loitering for the purpose of prostitution is illegal in all US states.

In 1992, the City of Chicago adopted an anti-loitering law (Chicago Municipal Code 8-4-015 (1992)) aimed at restricting gang related activity, especially violent crime and drug trafficking.[1] The law, which defined loitering as "remain(ing) in any one place with no apparent purpose", gave police officers a right to disperse such persons and in case of disobedience, provided for a punishment by fine, imprisonment and/or community service. It was dismissed by the Supreme Court of the United States (Chicago v. Morales, 527 U.S. 41 (1999)) as unacceptably vague and not giving citizens clear guidelines on what the acceptable conduct was. In 2000, the city adopted a revised version of the ordinance,[2] in an attempt to eliminate the unconstitutional elements. Loitering was then defined as "remaining in any one place under circumstances that would warrant a reasonable person to believe that the purpose or effect of that behavior is to enable a criminal street gang to establish control over identifiable areas, to intimidate others from entering those areas, or to conceal illegal activities".
Hahaha

Cincinnati, OH

#19 Aug 30, 2010
That's sad it isn't considered "loitering". The people that work in AA Wok seem very nice and hard working. It's sad they are trying to have a nice business and crap stands right outside of it. That's why nothing will be remain nice in Dayton. The teenagers and drunks, ruin it all. It's embarrassing that when I bring family/friends around, that there are people that do not know how to use a crosswalk and wear nothing but wife beaters... Instead of NKY building trolleys and condos, they need to be focusing on the kids and enforcing laws. It's funny how I see the same people in/out of jail all the time walking the streets. What ever happened to 3 strikes and you're out. Does that law not apply within Dayton, KY?
Agreed_however

Cincinnati, OH

#20 Sep 20, 2010
the owners of AA Wok & other businesses could ask the police to remove the people hanging out on their stoops/parking lots if they wanted. also "your question answered" thugs frequently drink alcoholic beverages & deal drugs openly in the Ameristop parking lot across from AA Wok...so yes, they are engaging in illegal activities.

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