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Thank you to our City of Troy crews who have been behind the scenes supporting the Memorial Day tornado damage cleanup efforts of the Greater Dayton region in the following ways:
1. Sending a back-up generator to help Dayton get their utilities back on line as quickly as possible, which has been returned since then;2. Opening our Dye Mill composting facility this past weekend to all Miami County residents to provide a location for brush and yard waste;3. On Thursday, June 6th, a Troy Utilities employee and vehicle will travel to Beavercreek to assist in their cleanup efforts; and,4 On Friday, June 7th, three Troy employees and vehicles will travel to Beavercreek to continue to assist cleanup efforts.
We will continue to support our neighboring communities around the region in whatever ways we can. "We value the relationships we have with our regional communities and we know that had the situation been reversed, they would be here helping us if we asked. So, it's only appropriate that we would do our very best to help them in their clean up efforts," stated Mayor Michael Beamish.