Double Horn launches 2nd incorporation election vote



Connie Swinney
Staff Writer

The city of Double Horn has approved a second election which, depending on the vote, could overturn the municipality's incorporation status which first passed in December 2018.

Petition co-coordinator Glen Zoerner made the announcement in a written statement, following an Aug. 19 response deadline for the city for an election “to call the question of abolishing the city's corporate existence.” The incorporation vote is scheduled for Nov. 5.

“Last year, the community was pretty much in a state of shock during the campaign for incorporation,” Zoerner wrote in a statement to petitioners. “This difficult decision likely isn't popular with some members of the Double Horn Creek community, but it was the right thing to do.” . . .

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