Officially Incorporated? 

Coming soon (perhaps): The town of Vail, Arizona

The most-recent population figures from the U.S. Census Bureau tell a troubling story of Pima County residents' disdain for municipal life. More than 353,000 of the 980,263 county residents counted in the 2010 census, or 36 percent, lived outside of the boundaries…

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