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Onyx Economics

Living in the East coast metro area, or the West coast for that matter, or any of the major metro areas that now account for the majority of America’s population, it has become virtually impossible to imagine what small towns look like. I mean, really small towns, the kind they write about in novels, and travelogues of yore. The blink-and-you-miss-it type of small towns. Mayer, Arizona, with no town council, is such a town.

If it wasn’t for the reduced speed limit as you approach on your way to Prescott, Arizona’s first capital city, you could still miss it. Prescott is a growing small metropolis and a get-outta-Dodge destination for overcooked Phoenix residents. Not much in Mayer: the requisite churches, schools, and a post office of course, a convenience store and some eateries, a

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