amenity migrant
 n.— «“Amenity migrants,” as he calls them, represent spikes in the older population in counties like Carroll, where new residents are not only comprised of seniors looking to retire, but the middle-aged group of people who built their homes, provide services and care, and whose businesses depend on the influx of new incomes. The northern Lakes Region is a prime example of such movement as well.» —“N.H. has had a Mass. invasion” by Jason G. Howe Foster’s Daily Democrat (Dover, New Hampshire) Mar. 28, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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