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Old 09-30-2008, 01:25 PM
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Mnay cities in this nation, especially in the Great Lakes Region, face many image problems, along with other problems. I was just wondering if there was some kind of alliacne between the cities of:
Rochester, Syracuse, Binghamton, Albany/Troy/Schentandy and Buffalo in New York,

Erie and Scranton in Pennsylvania,

Akron, Cleveland, Youngstown, Toledo, Springfield, Mansfield, Hamilton/Middletown and Dayton in Ohio,

Gary/Michigan City, South Bend and Fort Wayne in Indiana,

Champaign, Peoria, Bloomington, the Quad cities, Rockford, East St Louis, and the South Chicago suburbs in Illinois,


Detroit, Flint, Lansing, Saginaw, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo/Battle Creek, Port Huron, and Benton Harbor in Michigan?

If there isn't there should be (cities that I am not so sure about their economic state I Italicized) and fast. In this economic climate, we need it.
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