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MILLER'S TALE COZY NEIGHBORHOOD DEFIES HARD-BAKED IMAGES OF GARY
[CHICAGOLAND FINAL Edition]
Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Chicago, Ill.
Author: Lesko, Ron
Date: Aug 7, 1994
Start Page: 6.P
Section: REAL ESTATE
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Towed by his hefty 2-year-old Rottweiler, Perry walks about a mile each morning to the beach in Gary's Miller section, a cozy network of neighborhoods that was carved into the region's sand dunes and has defied the city's socioeconomic collapse.

Indistinguishable from the dreary industrial landscape visible from the Indiana Toll Road, Miller is hidden in Gary's far northeast corner.

During the past two decades, Miller has been overshadowed by the images of Gary as a dirty steel town with an alarming murder rate-the nation's highest last year.

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