By Joe King, king@heraldnewstn.com

Nearly 70 residents attended the first meeting to discuss incorporating Seymour.

Nearly 70 residents attended the first meeting to discuss incorporating Seymour. (the Herald / Joe King)

The process of incorporating Seymour started off on a hopeful note for advocates as nearly 70 community members came out for the first public meeting at Seymour High School Jan. 9.

Put together by a group called Incorporate Seymour, the presentation served the purpose of providing information on incorporation to residents.

The meeting began with a brief introduction given by presenter Patrick Doyle, who then launched into an informative slideshow presentation that illuminated an entire wall of the SHS auditorium.

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