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              <!-- container for map -->
<div id="map"></div>
#map {
  height: 100%;
  width: 100%;
  margin: 0;
  padding: 0;
              "use strict";

// Create Map object
var map = L.map("map", {
  center: [40.15, -77.25], // set center coordinates for map
  zoom: 10 // set initial zoom level for map

// Add Open Street Map as the basemap
var osm = L.tileLayer("//{s}.tile.openstreetmap.org/{z}/{x}/{y}.png", {
    '&#169; <a href="https://www.openstreetmap.org/">OpenStreetMap</a> contributors, CC BY-SA license'

/*** Logic related to Esri Leaflet Geocoder Plugin ***/
// the search widget that will be hooked into the leaflet map
var searchControl;

// a layer group containing the results of a query against a geocoding service and/or feature layer (map/feature service)
var searchResults = L.layerGroup().addTo(map);

// the coordinate bounding box in which we will search for addresses/features
// this prevents from searching addresses in Europe if you're only interested in the United States, for example
var searchBounds = L.latLngBounds(
  [39.803052, -77.820029],
  [40.45317, -76.799358]

// Providers - the geocoding services and map/feature services that users can search against
// ArcGIS Online default geocoding service
var agolProvider = L.esri.Geocoding.arcgisOnlineProvider({
  // results from this provider will be listed under the label property
  label: "ArcGIS Online World Geocoding Service",
  // limit the number of results from this provider
  maxResults: 6

// Cumberland County Road Centerlines
// suggestions must be enabled on a custom gecoding service for matching results to show up in search control
// suggestions are not enabled for this service
var ccpaProvider = L.esri.Geocoding.geocodeServiceProvider({
  label: "Cumberland County Composite Locator",
  maxResults: 6,
  // this will add an attribution to the map
  attribution: "Cumberland County",
  // url for the geocoding service

// Schools map service
var schoolsLayer = L.esri.Geocoding.featureLayerProvider({
  // url for the map/feature service
  url: "//gis.ccpa.net/arcgiswebadaptor/rest/services/911/MapServer/7",
  // limit which fields can be queried against
  searchFields: ["Name", "Address1", "City"],
  // define a function for how the matching features will be displayed in the results list
  formatSuggestion: function(feature) {
    return (
      feature.properties.Name +
      ", " +
      feature.properties.Address1 +
      ", " +
  label: "Schools" // results will be appear in "Schools" group

// instantiate the search control and add to the map
searchControl = L.esri.Geocoding
    useMapBounds: false, // do not use extent of map to limit search results
    providers: [agolProvider, ccpaProvider, schoolsLayer], // providers are geocoding services or map/feature services that we can search against
    placeholder: "Search for an address",
    title: "Address Search",
    searchBounds: searchBounds, // limit search results within these coordinates
    zoomToResult: true,
    expanded: true,
    collapseAfterResult: false

// Results event - what happens when a user searches against a provider
searchControl.on("results", function(data) {
  // remove existing results from map

  // test whether there are any results
  if (data.results.length > 0) {
    // set map view to coordinates of the first item in the results and the zoom level to 18
    map.setView(data.results[0].latlng, 18);

     // create a popup at the coordinates of the result and add the result text to the popup and open it on the map
    var popup = L.popup({ closeOnClick: true })
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