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Encyclopedia > Madison County

Madison County is the name of twenty counties in the United States, named after President James Madison:

  • Madison County, Alabama
  • Madison County, Arkansas
  • Madison County, Florida
  • Madison County, Georgia
  • Madison County, Iowa
  • Madison County, Idaho
  • Madison County, Illinois
  • Madison County, Indiana
  • Madison County, Iowa
  • Madison County, Kentucky
  • Madison County, Mississippi
  • Madison County, Missouri
  • Madison County, Montana
  • Madison County, Nebraska
  • Madison County, New York
  • Madison County, North Carolina
  • Madison County, Ohio
  • Madison County, Tennessee
  • Madison County, Texas
  • Madison County, Virginia

There is a book and film The Bridges of Madison County set in the Iowa Madison County..


There is also Madison Parish, Louisiana.


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Madison County Public Schools - Home (561 words)
The Madison County School Board at its regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, November 12, 2007, recognized the five foreign exchange students who are currently attending Madison County High School.
Madison County Public Schools is proud to announce two winners in the search for teachers that build resiliency within their classrooms.
Madison County High School students received multiple recognitions recently published in The Leaguer, the official yearbook of the Virginia High School League.
Madison County (4845 words)
The County hereby reaffirms the objectives set forth in the plan, as amended, to reduce, reuse and recycle so much of the waste stream of Madison County as is feasible, and to landfill the remainder in an environmentally secure public landfill facility.
Since 1996, Madison County has provided County residents and conditionally exempt small quantity generators with free access to one or more household hazardous waste collection facilities located in nearby counties, to limit the disposal of such materials in the County landfill and to provide an environmentally sound means for the disposal of such materials.
The County of Madison remains authorized by Chapter 369 of the Laws of 1991 of the State of New York to direct the flow of waste generated in the County to facilities constructed for that purpose.
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