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Cold Spring Harbor is home to not only refreshing outdoor activities but also one of  the best respected training laboratories in the nation.  Large companies are hiring thousands of workers and interns nearby and the lab is offering its own internships.

This area is occupied by Cold Springs Harbor, Lloyd Harbor, and Oyster Bay, all wealthy communities dedicated to sustainability, green space, natural habitats, and wildlife preservation.  State parks in this area are large and much better than amusement parks.

History and culture are widespread as well, in National Historic landmarks, museums, and art galleries. Annual community festivals add to the enjoyment of visits and daily life in Nassau and Suffolk Counties.

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Here is a Western US community that ranks among the Top 25 Wealthiest  Americans Towns:
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