See larger The stacks of the U.S. Sugar Mill in Clewiston, Fla., are shown Wednesday, June 25, 2008. U.S. Sugar has tentatively agreed to sell all its land, nearly 300 square miles, to the state of Florida for Everglades restoration. The $1.75 billion deal is set to be sealed by November. The company would then have six more years to farm before going out of business. Many residents and workers wonder how the community will survive, and ponder, what's a company town without a company?

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The stacks of the U.S. Sugar Mill in Clewiston, Fla., are shown Wednesday, June 25, 2008. U.S. Sugar has tentatively agreed to sell all its land, nearly 300 square miles, to the state of Florida for Everglades restoration. The $1.75 billion deal is set to be sealed by November. The company would then have six more years to farm before going out of business. Many residents and workers wonder how the community will survive, and ponder, what's a company town without a company?

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