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The City of St. Claire
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Country: USA
State: State of Washington
County: Gerlord Country Seat
Founded: 1849
Incorporated: TBD (1870?)
Named For: ???
Government: Mayor-Council
Mayor: Someone That's Mayor
Elevation: 2,163 ft (659 m)
Coordinates: 39°40'N, 107°04'W
Population (?): 659,098 (city);

999,897 (metro)

Zipcode: 98950, et al.

THIS PAGE IS SO NOT EVEN DONE. So do not take it seriously until serious information is on it thx.

The City of St. Claire supports a mayor-council government that is the county seat and the most populous city of Gerlord County, Washington, United States. The United States Census Bureau estimated that the city population was 659,098 in 2007, marking it as the second most populous city in the state of Washington and the Xnd most populous city in the United States. In 2007, the St. Claire Metropolitan Statistical Area had an estimated static population of 999,897. Year-round tourism and commercial interests have been known to artificially inflate this number dramatically.

Originally a mining town, St. Claire rests just west of where I-90 crosses the Columbia River. It has grown into a modern center of trade with somewhat under a million people, and has all the facilities (and problems) of a city that size. It has several suburbs, all to the west of the city. Most of the land to the east of town is on the Regan County side of the Columbia River, forested, either National or State Park land, or private land with the exception of Kent Crossing Township.

History

In 1847, two prospectors, Lan Gerlord and Jebediah Regan, traveling through the area on a long-term prospecting voyage, discovered a vast silver vein in the local hills. The two made a small mine, managing to avoid any trouble with the local natives.

By 1849, after a return to St. Louis, Regan and Gerlord came back to the area intent on getting rich. With them was a small group of workers and other prospectors and, as word began to get out, the town of St. Claire was officially founded by that small population.

Geography

Physical Geography here.

Climate

Climate here.

Neighborhoods

Do we have any?

Parks and Recreation

General Information about parks.

Wolf Woods National Park

Specific info.

Demographics

Toss out some numbers BS.

Government

Lalala politics.

Economy

Lord, save me.

Terminus Group

SEKRITS

Media

Magazines, TV stations, what-have-you.

Transportation

Stuff that moves people.

Tourism

Come to Fabulous St. Claire; we have... things. Shiny things.

Sports

KICK THE PUCK AND GET A HOMERUN ALREADY.

Religious Institutions

GAIA

Education

Info about public schools and ALL OF THE THINGS OK

St. Claire City University

Thank god there's info already.

Culture and Contemporary Life

SINGING AND DANCING

Adjacent Municipalities

The following are suburbs of St. Claire, and offer housing alternatives to the crowded space of the city proper.

Kent Crossing

Infos.

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