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I like that Mifflintown has so many places to eat and shop. It is a great place to take your family, coworkers, or friends to eat. It is also a great place to live because of the local cuisine and great local community. The community is very close knit and the people are great. Overall, it is a great place to live and it’s a great place if you are looking for great food.
I have lived near Mifflintown most of my life (within 20 minutes) and have recently moved there. It is a small town with limited job opportunities and few businesses. The town does have a diverse culture. However, the school system is lacking.
Everyone is so friendly, nice, and helpful. All stores are clean, well organized and within short driving distances or each other. Just wish there was more police enforcement.
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Mifflintown is very small but is filled with good people. Since it is small, most people know each other and look out for each other, which makes it a very comforting place to live.
Mifflintown is in the center of a rural farming community primarily Caucasians with a Hispanic and other ethnic minorities. Religious variety is primarily Christian, but surprisingly diverse in denominations. The area also has a heavy Mennonite and Amish population.

Crime, taxes and cost of living are low, the area is generally clean and well-kept, but most residents are born and die in the area, are interrelated and of small a world view. Growth, education, employment and entertainment are limited, but available. Further economic, education and cultural growth and diversity require a perspective paradigm shift.

The community has a library, drive-in theater, major grocery store, banks, doctors, car parts stores, dollar stores, pharmacies, restaurants, major highway access, a hardware and home improvement store, park, industrial park and more. For national brands, travel 20-30 minutes, 45-60 if desiring variety. Camping, fishing, hunting are hiking are often right in backyards.
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