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Safe and Not So Safe Places to Live
Ivan Gillis
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                        10 SAFEST PLACES TO LIVE

AND

7 NOT SO SAFE

 

SAFEST

 

Rank                           Location

 

1                               Honolulu, HI

2                               Bosie City, ID

3                               Sante  Fe, NM

4                               Yakima, WA

5                               Spokane, WA

6                               Richland-Kennewick-Pasco, WA

7                               Medford-Ashland, OR

8                               Corvallis, OR

9                               Salem, OR

10                           Las Cruces, NM

 

 

NOT SO SAFE

 

1                               Monroe, LA

2                               Dallas, TX

3                               Jackson, MS

4                               Lakeland-Winter Haven, FL

5                               West Palm Beach-Boca Raton, FL

6                               Kansas City, MO

7                               Elkhart-Goshen, ID

 

 

Even though this list contains three cities in Oregon and two in Washington, your Publisher would add the Portland, Oregon-Vancouver, Washington area.

 

The state of Washington has no state income tax, and the state of Oregon has no sales tax.

 

Live in Vancouver and make all your major purchases in Portland, there is only a bridge between the two cities.




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