More than voting, citizenship is about taking care. Citizenship is self-governance that enables people to get along. It keeps the peace while preserving liberty. In the town, citizenship is formal and representative. But in the villages it is personal.
In buildings it is the meeting hall, and also public places: cafes and taverns. It is school classrooms on the plazas not in isolated separate campuses. It provides purpose-built housing for the elders, the weak and the infirm as well as first homes for young adults starting out in life.
Much of citizenship in the VillageTown is de-monetized. People take care as a part of life; not by paying a bureaucracy to take care in their place. They look after each other because it matters; it's part of who they are and what they do.
A subset of good citizenship is sustainability; in a rational world, all would be sustainable. A VillageTown uses its funds to search the world to buy and install the best sustainable systems that its money can buy.
Another aspect of citizenship is about education of the young, a subject of especial interest to parents of school-aged children. When children learn among adults, they have a thousand teachers. When everyone works locally, the children have real role models, they learn about real life while they study at school.
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