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Palm City, FL

Quiet, safe and prosperous, Palm City got its start in the early part of the 20th-century. It is located along the St. Lucie River in southeastern Florida, and for many years it was an agricultural center with citrus farms and small ranches.

Madison, IN

Beautiful Madison sits along the Ohio River in southeastern Indiana and is clean, pretty and prim. It got its start in the early-1800s and was for many years a mill town and an iron producing hub.

Port Costa, CA

This tiny, quirky East Bay town is in a lush canyon 30 miles north east of San Francisco and is part of the scenic Carquinez Strait shoreline. It started out in 1879 as a bustling ferry landing but saw its population diminish when bridges were built and the city was bypassed.


Mesa, AZ

This sprawling Phoenix bedroom community is Arizona's third largest city. It was settled by Mormon pioneers in the late-1800s and until the mid-1900s was an agricultural center, thanks to an expansive canal system.

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