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Tale of two cities

Farmington for shopping; Durango to eat and play
Farmington’s appeal for Durangoans: Shopping for items big-box America provides at prices you just can’t find in Southwest Colorado. But leakage of sales-tax revenue from Durango to our south-of-the-border neighbors is a concern for local government officials in Southwest Colorado.
Farmington residents appreciate Durango’s boutique stores and eclectic restaurants, says Dorothy Nobis, president and CEO of the Farmington Chamber of Commerce.
Farmington’s Main Street proves that there is more to the city than just big-box outlets and chain restaurants. The New Mexico city has a population of 45,877 residents.

Tale of two cities

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Farmington’s appeal for Durangoans: Shopping for items big-box America provides at prices you just can’t find in Southwest Colorado. But leakage of sales-tax revenue from Durango to our south-of-the-border neighbors is a concern for local government officials in Southwest Colorado.
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Farmington residents appreciate Durango’s boutique stores and eclectic restaurants, says Dorothy Nobis, president and CEO of the Farmington Chamber of Commerce.
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Farmington’s Main Street proves that there is more to the city than just big-box outlets and chain restaurants. The New Mexico city has a population of 45,877 residents.
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