On November 6th, voters in the Hoytsville area near Coalville will decide if they want to incorporate as a township.
Even if they say yes, one of the proponents of the new town, Bill Wilde, says it will take effort from the citizens to make it work.
The Hoytsville issue is headed for the ballot, since a study commissioned by the state this summer found that a town would be feasible.
But Wilde acknowledged a town with about 450 residents and seven businesses won’t have a lot of revenue to operate on. The study estimated the annual cost would be $35,000.