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Mountlake Terrace, Washington

University in 1982. Snohomish County has adopted the policy of not spending funds to subsidize airlines or to pay for the infrastructure needed to support commercial air service. The local governments of Snohomish County (the airport's operator), and the neighboring cities of Brier (Brier, Washington) (pop. 6,410), Edmonds (Edmonds, Washington) (pop. 40,773), Lynnwood (Lynnwood, Washington) (pop. 34,017), Mountlake Terrace (Mountlake Terrace, Washington) (pop. 20,078), Mukilteo


Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca

is tropical and humid, with an average annual temperature of 28 °C (82 °F) with a rainy season in the summer. Puerto Escondido is the oldest tourist attraction in the region, and is the main centre of tourist activity, both for nationals and foreigners. The large waves of Zicatela Beach put it into the top ten surfing destinations. The port does continue to support

commercial fishing activity, and it also attracts people for deep-sea fishing (esp. for sailfish). Puerto is not as well-known or visited as other beach resort areas such as Acapulco or Cancun because there are only domestic flights, discouraging a number of visitors. Bus rides from the Oaxacan capital take seven hours over hairpin turns as the roads descend the Sierra del Sur


Midtown Detroit

with earlier single-family homes. This area has been heavily influenced by the expansion of Wayne State, with some of WSU's campus extending into the northern section of North Cass, and much of the residential housing stock taken up by Wayne students. left thumb Willis Overland Lofts, on Willis looking east (Image:WillisOverlandLofts.jpg) There are also a number of commercial buildings, particularly along the Cass Corridor just west of Woodward. Many of these support commercial businesses, and an independent retail study by the University Cultural Center Association has shown that the number of independent retail outlets in Midtown, Detroit is increasing. The north Cass section also has a smattering of industrial buildings dating from the automotive heyday of Detroit. Many of these, such as the Willys Overland building, have been or are being converted into residential loft space. The Detroit Medical Center was organized in 1985 as a union among several hospitals: Harper University Hospital, Grace Hospital (Sinai-Grace Hospital), Hutzel Women's Hospital, and Children's Hospital of Michigan. Arthur M. Woodford, ''This is Detroit, 1701–2001 ,'' ISBN 0-8143-2914-4, pp. 232–233. With the addition of other hospitals, such as Detroit Receiving Hospital, the campus of the DMC and its adjacent partner institutions (the Karmanos Cancer Institute and the John D. Dingell Veteran's Administration Hospital Center) Health Directory from the University Cultural Center Association, retrieved 6 26 09 now takes up most of the area between Mack Avenue on the south, Warren Avenue on the north, John R. on the west, and Beaubien on the east. Map of the DMC, retrieved 6 24 09 Harper Hospital was founded in 1863, receiving its first patients, Civil War (American Civil War) soldiers, in 1864. Harper Hospital papers from WSU's Reuther library. Retrieved 6 24 09. Two years later it opened as a general hospital. In 1882 a new hospital building was constructed on what is now the campus of the DMC. Additional buildings were constructed in 1913 and 1928. Hutzel Women's Hospital, founded in 1868, was Detroit's second hospital. History from Hutzel Women's Hospital, retrieved 6 24 09 Grace Hospital was founded in 1883, History from Sinai-Grace Hospital. Retrieved 6 24 09 and Children's Hospital was founded three years later. History and profile from Detroit Medical Center, retrieved 6 24 09 Detroit Receiving was founded in 1915, and moved to its present location in 1980. History from Detroit Receiving, retrieved 6 24 09 As of 2009, The DMC has more than 2,000 licensed beds and 3,000 affiliated physicians. The DMC is the affiliated clinical research site for medical program at Wayne State University, the nation’s fourth largest medical school. Careers at the DMC, retrieved 6 24 09 It is the largest private employer in the city of Detroit with more than 12,000 employees. On March 19, 2010, Vanguard Health Systems announced plans to invest nearly $1.5 B in Detroit Medical Center, including $850 M for expansion and renovation, and $417 M to retire debts, pending approval of its acquisition. Anstett, Patricia (March 20, 2010).$1.5 Billion for new DMC.''Detroit Free Press''. DMC.org. Retrieved on June 12, 2010.


Edmonds, Washington

, KVOS provides grade B coverage of Seattle's northern suburbs (such as Everett (Everett, Washington), Edmonds (Edmonds, Washington), Bothell (Bothell, Washington) and Lynnwood (Lynnwood, Washington)), but just misses Seattle itself. This application was dismissed on July 16, 2009. http: www.recnet.com cdbs fmq.php?facid 35862 Snohomish County has adopted the policy of not spending funds to subsidize airlines or to pay for the infrastructure needed to support

commercial air service. The local governments of Snohomish County (the airport's operator), and the neighboring cities of Brier (Brier, Washington) (pop. 6,410), Edmonds (Edmonds, Washington) (pop. 40,773), Lynnwood (Lynnwood, Washington) (pop. 34,017), Mountlake Terrace (Mountlake Terrace, Washington) (pop. 20,078), Mukilteo (Mukilteo, Washington) (pop. 20,938), and Woodway (Woodway, Washington) (pop. 1,144) and local citizens groups such as Save Our Communities, http


Lynnwood, Washington

to subsidize airlines or to pay for the infrastructure needed to support commercial air service. The local governments of Snohomish County (the airport's operator), and the neighboring cities of Brier (Brier, Washington) (pop. 6,410), Edmonds (Edmonds, Washington) (pop. 40,773), Lynnwood (Lynnwood, Washington) (pop. 34,017), Mountlake Terrace (Mountlake Terrace, Washington) (pop. 20,078), Mukilteo (Mukilteo, Washington) (pop. 20,938), and Woodway (Woodway, Washington) (pop. 1,144


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