The best and the worst | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

According to a new survey, Camden, NJ is the most dangerous city in the country, followed by Detroit, St. Louis, Flint, Richmond, and Baltimore. This is Camden’s second year at the top. The safest city in the country is Newton, MA, followed by Clarkstown, NY, Amherst, NY, Mission Viejo, CA, and Brick Township, NJ.


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According to a new survey, Camden, NJ is the most dangerous city in the country, followed by Detroit, St. Louis, Flint, Richmond, and Baltimore. This is Camden’s second year at the top. The safest city in the country is Newton, MA, followed by Clarkstown, NY, Amherst, NY, Mission Viejo, CA, and Brick Township, NJ.
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The best and the worst

The best and the worst | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

According to a new survey, Camden, NJ is the most dangerous city in the country, followed by Detroit, St. Louis, Flint, Richmond, and Baltimore. This is Camden’s second year at the top.

The safest city in the country is Newton, MA, followed by Clarkstown, NY, Amherst, NY, Mission Viejo, CA, and Brick Township, NJ.

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