Town and Country, Missouri

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Town and Country is a very wealthy inner ring suburb in west St. Louis County, Missouri, United States with an estimated population of 10,715 in July 2009.[2] Town and Country has the highest median household income ($159,614 in 2008)[2] of any city in Missouri with population over 10,000 and also has one of the highest median incomes of any city in the United States. The city is a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri and is home to Bellerive Country Club, which hosted the 1992 PGA Championship and 1965 US Open.[5] A sampling of famous residents past and present [6]:

Strict residential zoning requirements have maintained large yards and property grounds while unintentionally allowing the continued growth of large populations of white tail deer, to the amusement and ire of many residents. The deer population reached unprecedented levels in the 1990s, leading to a city-sponsored program that air lifted deer to surrounding areas from 1999 to 2002; a deer control program of sterilization and sharpshooting was subsequently deemed more humane and effective and approved in 2008.[citation needed]

Town and Country is a common birthplace of record for the surrounding area because of its inclusion of Missouri Baptist Medical Center.

Primary thoroughfares traversing the city are Clayton and Ladue Roads.[citation needed]


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