Papillion scored very well largely due to the fact that I live there. If you are really offended that Johnston isn't on the list you can buy me a house there and I will move in time for the next survey.
The lists are somewhat interesting but hardly gospel. I would feel pretty good if any neighboring community made the list beacuse as many have pointed out, there are genereally not a lot of differences.
Nah, we don't need you bringing your "Nebraska Germs" here.
I'm not sure of the context in which you are saying this...but I agree in this sense. I live next to Mansfield, TX. In fact, my house in Arlington is in the Mansfield Independent School district. Mansfield is a nice place, no doubt.
However, the last population estimate I saw for Mansfield is around 60,000. It doesn't really belong on that list. And Keller, TX is probably pushing past 50,000 by now as well.
I know the 50,000 number is kind of arbitrary as the cap for small towns, but I think to make that list more meaninful as a legitimate survey of small towns, that population cap should probably come down a ways.
Last edited by jbhtexas; 07-14-2009 at 09:13 AM.
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Sorry to say I am not doing my part to help increase the median income though.
That's surprising. I thought for sure Johnston would be behind Overland Park and I don't see Clive on the list even though they have a higher income than many on this list($115,683). I think they just try to cover different parts of the U.S. so that everyone is represented. I also thought Plano, TX would have a lot higher income.
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