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About Huetter ID
Huetter is a city in Kootenai County, Idaho, United States. The population was 100 at the 2010 census. Huetter is located at 47°42′14″N 116°50′56″W (47.703759, -116.848870). According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 0.04 square miles (26 acres; 0.10 km2), all land. This makes Huetter the smallest incorporated city in the United States in terms of area. Bradley Keene and Jennifer Brown were among a group of young people who attempted a takeover of Huetter by running for mayor and city councilor, respectively, in 2007. Keene was elected, ousting longtime mayor Jackie Meeks, as was Brown; just 32 people voted in the election.
However, a District judge ruled in May 2008 that Keene and Brown were ineligible to serve their term because the county had kicked them off voter registration rolls earlier in the year, a result of them not responding to challenges of their Huetter residency during the election. Keene then appealed the decision. In the ensuing two years Huetter had no official mayor, due to the litigation over the position; however, Keene had been serving as acting mayor since being elected to the city council in 2009.