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Masks required at tonight’s Dayton City Commission meeting

DAYTON — The City of Dayton announced that masks will be required at tonight’s City Commission meeting and that masks will be provided to visitors when needed, according to a media release.

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Public Health-Dayton & Montgomery County had announced Friday that the county upgraded to a high level in its COVID-19 Community Level Framework.

The meeting will be held this evening at 6 p.m. in the Commission Chambers on W. Third Street on the second floor and be open to the public, the City of Dayton said. A work session is also scheduled for 4:30 p.m. at the Planning Resource Center.

Masks will continued to required at Commission meetings until further notice and city employees are currently required to wear protective masks in city buildings, according to the release.