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Posted: Saturday, June 14, 2014 1:51 pm

Washington in general enjoys a favorable reputation in almost every category of living requirements. Visitors often express very favorable views of Washington.

First impressions usually are favorable. The old Downtown Washington section, the new commercial areas along Highway 100, our fine subdivisions with well kept landscaping, our educational system, the hospital and medical specialists we have, our parks system, the riverfront that draws an increasing number of visitors, the four-lane Highway 100 that connects us to Interstate 44, the religious factor illustrated by church steeples, our airport, our excellent industrial parks with all the necessary services, our financial institutions, the fact that we have passenger trains that make regular stops, our restaurants, retail shops — we have heard favorable comments about each of those attributes that Washington has. You don’t hear it in one mouthful, but some of the attributes are mentioned often.

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