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  • Cities and Towns
    • Cedar Grove
      • One of three proposed suburban housing tracts that were to be set up outside the city seven years earlier, but when city merchants opposed them, claiming they would draw too much retail business away from the city, only two of them - Waterville and Cedar Grove - were approved. Macon Heights was not.
    • Jacksonville
      • City along the B Train route.
    • Lewisberg
      • City along the B Train route.
    • Macon Heights
      • One of three proposed suburban housing tracts that were to be set up outside the city seven years earlier, but when city merchants opposed them, claiming they would draw too much retail business away from the city, only Waterville and Cedar Grove were approved. Somehow though, Macon Heights did eventually come into existence along the B Train route, between Jacksonville and Lewisburg.
    • Waterville
      • One of three proposed suburban housing tracts that were to be set up outside the city seven years earlier, but when city merchants opposed them, claiming they would draw too much retail business away from the city, only two of them - Waterville and Cedar Grove - were approved. Macon Heights was not.
  • Home Furnishing Stores
    • Norris Home Furnishings
      • Store in the city that Paine sees after returning from Macon Heights, which he isn't sure was there before, or recently brought into existence as a result of the past changing.
  • Insurance Services
    • Bradshaw Insurance
      • Company where bookkeeper Ernest Critchet works, the commuter that first asks about Macon Heights.

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