Why is it so dangerous to live and work in the United States?
Lexington, Massachusetts, is a town of about 9,000 people located on Massachusetts’ northeastern coast, near the border with Maine.
The population has been growing rapidly over the past 20 years, and the city is home to nearly half of the state’s population.
According to the US Census Bureau, in the mid-2000s, there were about 782,000 Lexington residents, about 10% of the total population.
This has led to many Lexingtonians being worried about their safety.
In 2016, Lexington Police Chief Joseph O’Neill, who is also a Democrat, warned residents not to walk alone, and to not wear “anything that might make a person feel unsafe.”
Many of the problems have come from a lack of basic amenities such as a gas station, and, as the Huffington Post reported, residents are also afraid to walk around the city, or even use the internet, due to the potential for identity theft.
The lack of amenities has led some residents to say that they don’t want to live here any longer.
“It’s been such a negative place for me to live,” said one resident, who asked that her name not be used to protect her privacy.
“When you’re trying to figure out where you’re going to live, I’m just like, I don’t know what to do.”
Many people have also said that they are reluctant to live near schools because of security concerns.
According the Lexington Gazette, the police department has also issued multiple “security alerts” for the area, warning residents that they could face arrest for trespassing or drug use.
The city’s police chief said that his department has been working with local government to develop a plan to address the problem.
According an investigation by the Huffington Mail, many residents of the area have reported being targeted by thieves and that they fear the loss of their property, and they have also reported that they have been harassed.
Police have also been called to numerous crimes including the theft of cell phones, and some residents have also filed complaints with the federal government.
But it has not been easy for residents of Lexington to feel safe.
“This is our community.
We’ve been here for hundreds of years, the city has been here before, and we’re here now,” said resident David, who has lived in the area for 35 years.
“People are scared to be out here, and it makes me feel like it’s the end of the world.”