(a) indicate the typed or printed name and current residence address of each person
signing the petition;
(b) separately group signatures by county and municipality, so that all signatures
of the owners of real property located within or of registered voters residing within
each county whose unincorporated area includes and each municipality whose boundaries
include part of the area proposed for annexation are grouped separately;
(2) By submitting a written withdrawal or reinstatement with the board of trustees
of the proposed annexing local district, a signer of a petition may withdraw, or once
withdrawn, reinstate the signer's signature at any time:
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