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    TOPS in small town living

    Papillion named top small town - Omaha.com

    Just stayed in Sheridan WY last month......what do you think is the top small town besides Mtown?


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    Re: TOPS in small town living

    Clive, Pella, Decorah, Cedar Falls, all come to mind when talking small towns in Iowa.



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    Re: TOPS in small town living

    I always think it's funny how they pick out a specific suburb. How different is Clive from Urbandale, Waukee, Johnston, Grimes, etc?



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    Re: TOPS in small town living

    PAPILLION? YOU CAN'T BE SERIOUS



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    Re: TOPS in small town living

    When traveling all over Iowa to my kids sporting events the towns I thought were nice included Storm Lake, Grinnell, Carroll, Waverly and Pella. I just noticed 80% of these towns have a small college.



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    Re: TOPS in small town living

    Quote Originally Posted by dmclone View Post
    I always think it's funny how they pick out a specific suburb. How different is Clive from Urbandale, Waukee, Johnston, Grimes, etc?
    The editors narrowed their top picks from 500 communities with 25,000 or fewer residents. They examined the median household incomes, home prices, crime and unemployment rates and average commutes and proximity to large cities.
    I'm guessing that's why...

    Urbandale = 39,463 population (too big)
    Waukee = lower per capita income
    Johnston = lower per capita income
    Grimes = lower per capita income
    Marshalltown = sucks balls


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