Five years after the city of Dayton was forced to eliminate its residency requirement for its employees, more than one in three workers live outside of the city limits, according to data obtained by this newspaper.
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The Dayton Daily News has followed the city’s residency rule and an Ohio Supreme Court ruling that overturned it, now taking an in-depth look today at how many workers had left Dayton in the five years since the requirement ended.