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Update 4: Bartlett

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Replies: (Wow 13 comments! Thanks everyone!)

MamaLuigi945: Thanks you are always the first one to comment :lol:

sim_link: Yep, girafe's trees are the best!

nico15821: Thanks!

hahei: Yep, lots of rich people!

NMUSpidey: Awesome thanks for the good rating!

kvongpuikin: Thanks and yes it is a Vancouver map.

Sylvio Jorge: Wow I just noticed that :lol:

Koenieboy997: Check the "Questions about things in pictures" entry. Your answer is there. :ohyes:

0864mojo: Same as above :ducky:

wenter13: Same as above :lol:

General Stubbs: Thanks!!

pielover94: Glad you like it!

randomuser2349: Most people have jobs inside Streamwood. But about 20,000 people commute to Cambridge using the highway. Streamwood really right now has about 85,000 people but only 50-60k jobs. Cambridge has enough for everyone!

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Here is an updated map! All the city borders are shown. You may have noticed that Cambridge extended its borders significantly. Bartlett and Streamwood have gotten larger too.

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Here is a picture of a suburban area in Bartlett on a cloudy day. Many people would prefer to live in Bartlett more than Cambridge or even Streamwood. It is a very quiet(in most parts), nice town. It does not have its own school district, so its schools are in the Streamwood school district along with West Cambridge and Hanover Park.

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Here is downtown Bartlett. It is not much as you can see. It is located on the Fox River, Right before it meets the ocean in West Cambridge. You can see State Street in the back. It is a major road in Bartlett and West Cambridge.

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Here is State Street in the Eastern Part of Bartlett. It gets really back up at intersections in rush hour.

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Here is a little industrial area on State Street across from a subdivision.

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A little subdivision called Randall Ridge near State Street.

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As you can see I take a lot of pictures of State Street.

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A business district on state street. (All grown of course :lol: )

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Some 'burbs.

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A high school and a large stadium near the beach.

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This is the State of Ellington Law Center on State Street. Some serious court cases are held here.

Did you like Bartlett? Rate and comment!!!!! 8)


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Very nice =) 5/5

And I can tell you live near the Chicago-land area, lol. We've got Bartlett which is closest to me, Streamwood and Hanover Park out east.

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Great stuff! I wonder -- did you advisors pop up at any point and say you were courting disaster by creating too suburban a city? Mine did. But I went ahead with Waynewood (population 5,000, almost entirely single homes). It's even more suburban than Bartlett, and it's thriving. Of course, I don't think mine would be possible without some big ol' neighbors where the jobs are. Anyway, I like yer town.

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Correction -- for the record, Waynewood's population is 15,000 -- with ever more resident demand. But Waynewood's Town Council wants to preserve its very suburban character. :)

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I didn't know a city of single family homes constituted a suburb! Much of Milwaukee is like that, haha. Anyways I need to check out more of this, many intriguing pictures, and some nice non-grid neighborhoods.

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