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Forest City, North Carolina

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Forest City, NC

Contributed by freepims, an ePodunk user.

June 17, 2007

 Forest City is a small town USA setting with a town layout near perfection.
Although most of the downtown merchants have closed due to Wal Mart there are still a few businesses downtown and some are updating due to the planned restoration of the old Florence Mill located right off main street in Forest City.
Millions of dollars have been allocated for turning the old mill into articulate town house living and shopping area which should make the downtown area one of a kind. I guess the future holds the story for that one.

The town goes all out for it's Christmas decorating and maintains a fresh spring time look with lots of funds spent on horticulture and holds some special landmarks that really make it special looking, like the water fountain in the middle of town.
Check out the images for more an idea of the town's layout and look.


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