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Brief Information About Clarks Summit


The borough of Clarks Summit is located in the county of Lackawanna. It covers a total area of 4.1 sq. km. Industries related to advertising, alternative medicine, arts and crafts, automotive, finance, commercial printing, information technology, courier, freight forwarding, manufacturing of furniture, insurance, metal, oil and lubrication, publishing, real estate and  wireless communication, enhance the local economy in a positive way. Commercial spaces are utilized by thrift shops, campgrounds, service stations and riding academics.







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