Leith, with a population of about 16 people, made national headlines in 2013 after a man tried to start a white supremacist enclave in the city.
A North Dakota mayor is movement in the abolition of his city-government fears that the white supremacists of a group of seats are the takeover of the city Council.
Mayor Ryan Schock has collected at least a dozen signatures, reported on a petition that would rotate, Leith dominion over the County, the Kansas City Star. Leith, with a population of about 16 people, is about 70 miles southwest of Bismarck.
Leith made national headlines in 2013, according to Paul Craig Cobb moved to the city and began to buy land in order to create an enclave for white supremacists group, The New York Times reported.
Cobb has since left the small North Dakota town, but two men to Leith around the same time as Cobb have won spots on the Council of the city, according to the Kansas City Star.
“We have, on the resolution of the city because of this idiot [Cobb],” shock said, according to reports. “He wanted control, and now he can’t have it.”
The two men, the city Council elected to any involvement is denied with Cobb.
This was not a spur-of-the-moment decision, according to KFYR-TV. Shock told the news channel that most of the tax money it receives Leith – about $2,500 per year – goes in the direction of plowing roads and maintaining street lighting.
“Leith is always here, the Leith’s characters are always to be there,” shock told KFYR. “It is not easy to go to the Council and the mayor not more if this resolution goes through.”
Leith citizens are set to vote on the resolution on July 23.
Cobb was finally arrested for terrorizing the citizens of Leith, he wandered through the town with cannons.
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