There was only one agenda item to address at last night's Dayton Town Council meeting. Council entered into a contract to cover the utilities for six months, or the remainder of this Fiscal Year, on the newly renovated Tongue River Valley Community Center, which is housed in the old Tongue River High School building.
Thanks to a grant from the Wyoming Business Council, the building just underwent a $1.5 million re-model, with two wings removed, and upgrades to the portion that will be used. Mayor Bob Wood tells us what the community will soon be able to enjoy at the Center.
Mayor Wood says that there are a few minor projects left to do, but that there are people at the Center available to sell memberships. Erin Kilbride will be the Center's administrator, and they hope to open toward the beginning of December, once the TRVCC secures liability insurance.
Since the Town of Dayton owns the building, they will cover property insurance, as well taking care of snowplowing the parking lot in the winter months.