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daytondailynews.com — Washington Twp. had the most 2017 gains in property values in the county. Realtor Jeff Spring stands inside a 17,000-square foot home in Washington Twp. that was for sale. TY GREENLEES / STAFFAfter factoring in new construction, Washington Twp. had the most 2017 gains in property values in the county, according to a final analysis by the Montgomery County Auditor’s Office. During a tentative report on values over the summer, Kettering held the mantle.
mydaytondailynews.com — After factoring in new construction, Washington Twp. had the most 2017 gains in property values in the county, according to a final analysis by the Montgomery County Auditor’s Office. During a tentative report on values over the summer, Kettering held the mantle. But the final triennial review shows Washington Twp. up more than $270 million, and Kettering gained $218 million. Washington Twp. also got a boost from a $15.5 million Board of Revision increase to the value of Whole Foods Plaza.
daytondailynews.com — An artist’s rendering depicts the new Keowee Street bridge over the Great Miami River. SUBMITTEDClosing of the Keowee Street bridge in Dayton so that work can begin on replacing it has been delayed until January, according to a release from Montgomery County officials. The bridge had initially been expected to close Monday. The Keowee Street bridge closing is dependent upon the reopening of the Helena Street bridge.