The Mayan Apocalypse didn't materialize and the nation didn't fall off the "fiscal cliff" . But as 2012 melted into 2013, many folks in Silver City felt as though the apocalypse was in fact now.
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#1 Feb 6, 2013
It seems like other NM small towns and cities are also going through the exact same thing. And probably all over the USA. Everyone is trying to improve their towns images and mainstreets.
Check out "Ending the eyesores: Carlsbad clean up effort targets city's dilapidated buildings" and "Our view: time to move on blight in Carlsbad".
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