Petition Signing is Now Underway
Keystone founder, Bill Bergman was the first person to sign the Keystone Incorporation petition at the kickoff meeting on August 2nd at The Keystone Center
There are 20 ciculators now gathering signatures on the Incorporate Keystone petition. To be eligible to sign the petition you must meet two criteria:
If you are eligible, a circulator should be approaching you sometime in the next 2-3 weeks. If you have not been approached, you can contact one of these people to arrange to get your signature on the petition:
Gretchen Davis email@example.com
Valerie Thisted firstname.lastname@example.org
Kevin Linehan email@example.com
Click this link to read the full petition: Petition
If you are not eligible to sign the petition, but have a relationship with Keystone, i.e. own property, rent, or work in Keystone, you can sign a Declaration of Support petition. The same circulators also have that petition.
CURRENT STATUS OF SIGNATURE GATHERING
(as of August 9th)
Keystone - Why Become a Town?
We have created a one-page summary to outline the reasons for pursuing incorporation and the immediate benefits Keystone could realize. Click the orange link below.
Official Town Map
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Presentations from Community Meetings
FAQ's about Keystone Incorporation
What would be the boundaries of Keystone?
Advantages and Disadvantages of Home Rule
Survey of KCL and KOA Members