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$250 Residential Lots Can't Sustain Nation's Smallest City Hall

$250 Residential Lots Can't Sustain Nation's Smallest City Hall

note taken by Marshall Mayer on August 13, 2010 at 9:20 am on Saint James Avenue across from City Park, Wynot, NE USA.

Marshall Mayer
Marshall Mayer says:
Aug 24, 2022 12:21 PM
Wynot, Nebraska attracts tourists driving by on the Outlaw Trail Scenic Byway (aka SR 12) to stop by the nation's smallest city hall. "Why not?" Once on Saint James Avenue, Wynot's main street, there are lots of signs advertising "lots for sale". It turns out that each residential lot is owned by the city and is being offered for only $250. Who knows if they are connected to utilities or what you can use the lot for (a mobile home, an RV?). The city's attempts to reverse outmigration are not working. Wynot's population is down 40% from its WWII high.
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