“The Census also estimated populations for so-called micropolitan areas, smaller cities and surrounding counties.”
“Alabama ranked sixth in the country for having eight top "micropolitan" areas that attracted the most corporate facility expansion projects, according to Site Selection magazine.”
“Fort Payne is ranked among the top "micropolitan" areas in the U.S. for attracting the most corporate facility expansion projects, according to Site Selection magazine.”
“Monday said Cookeville is the state's strongest "micropolitan" area - an area too urban to be called rural, but too rural to be called urban.”
“The Statesville-Mooresville area regained its ranking by Site Selection magazine in 2008 as the No. 1 "micropolitan" community for new and expanding businesses.”
“Safford, Ariz., in the southeast fringe of the state, was dubbed the fastest-growing "micropolitan" area in the country, with a galloping 4.1 percent growth rate.”
“micropolitan" areas, those cities that have at least 10,000 but fewer than 50,000 residents.”
“Several of Mr. Perrotta's earlier novels—particularly "Election," his 1998 satire about a hotly contested New Jersey high-school election, and his chatty "Little Children" 2004, about thirtyish parents in a Boston neighborhood—inhabit the same micropolitan milieu.”
“I think a lot of people confuse migration away from steel - and coal-producing micropolitan areas with migration from regional metropoles that trade with the small towns.”
“Even though Fresno is a micropolitan city, the small towns surrounding it are disconnected because there is no funding for public transportation in rural towns.”
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