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Business Industries in New Haven
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Brief Information About New Haven
The town of New Haven is located in the county of Addison. It has a total area of about 108 sq. km., and is situated 340 ft. above the sea level. Commercial properties are utilized by arts and crafts shops, campgrounds and recreational vehicle parks, convenience stores, home improvement centers, parking lot stations, public schools, restaurants and tourist information centers. Supplies of auto parts, artists materials, building materials, insulation materials and housewares, maintained a hold in the economy of New Haven. Services related to auto repair, bookkeeping, health, senior services, service stations and home health contribute to the local economy.
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