Saturday, September 29, 2007

An extreme example of rural frugality?

The town of Fair Haven, Vermont, with a population of about 3K, is not quite rural by U.S. Census Bureau standards, but it nevertheless seems to reflect a value associated with rural America: frugality. According to this NYT story, the town's coffers have a $1 million surplus after more than a decade of "under-spending."

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