Banks, City Council, Elections

Banks voters support annexation measure in initial vote results

The area that is up for annexation. Photo: city of Banks

Voters in the city of Banks are on track to approve a measure to annex just over one acre of new land into city limits. 

According to early election results, the measure has received 69.1% of the vote, or 445 'yes' votes, compared to 30.9% or 199 'no' votes, a number sure to change as more results come in, but a number that all but assures the measure will pass. 

Measure 34-303 will bring 1.03 acres on the western edge of city limits into the town, pulling into the city’s bounds the back 30 or so feet of 21 lots that are split between the city and unincorporated Washington County. According to the city, they were left off the city’s map in . . .

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