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Torres says a model he works with indicates that more than 200 people are infected with the variant just in his wastewater collection region, an exurb of 77,500 people.The fast-spreading coronavirus variant is turning up in US sewers|Stephanie Arnett|February 8, 2021|MIT Technology Review
The NAHB Home Building Geographic Index indicates construction of single-family and multifamily housing was growing significantly faster in the suburbs and exurbs, particularly in medium-sized cities.Experts predict what the 2021 housing market will bring|Kathy Orton|January 11, 2021|Washington Post
Republicans also failed to expand support in the deep red exurbs where they lost some ground but won handily in November.Democrats win control of U.S. Senate as Ossoff defeats Perdue|John Wagner, Brittany Shammas, Derek Hawkins, Cleve Wootson, Hannah Knowles|January 7, 2021|Washington Post
The suburbs and exurbs of both, which have doubled in size since 2000, padded the GOP’s numbers, putting Texas far out of Democrats’ reach.
This strategy of going out to the exurbs and engaging men by using a car was pretty good thinking because it apparently worked.Suffragette City: San Diego’s Crucial Role in Getting Women the Vote|Randy Dotinga|August 6, 2020|Voice of San Diego
Economically speaking, the Commonwealth of Virginia is rapidly becoming an exurb of the District of Columbia.