Calls for inclusivity resolution ramp up

Since June, residents of Keizer have trickled into city council meeting requesting that the Keizer City Council adopt a resolution of city-wide inclusivity. 

On Monday, Aug. 17, the loosely organized group upped the ante requesting personal statement from each city councilor in addition to the resolution. 

Resident Andrew Daya said he felt threatened by a passing driver while . . .

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