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Anyways... These past few years, Whitevale's Down Town area has been going through some major upgrades. New buildings were rising constantly and lots of new jobs were being created. In 1935, due to ever increasing traffic, 2 new traffic light sets as well as turning lanes were installed on the 2 busiest streets in Whitevale. (That's where the name came from.)
In 1937, a new post office was built in town. Hundreds of people can be seen celebrating the grand opening.
New buildings continued to rise all the time. These are the 2 newest buildings in Down Town Whitevale.
Left : North Valley Rail Services inc. Right : Marty's Market.
This is a view of Down Town Whitevale at the end of 1937.
As you've seen, Whitevale's downtown has been expanding a lot. But that's just one part of whats been happening in the soon-to-be city.
New residential areas where being built all around Whitevale.
Whitevale was expanding at such a high rate that it was running out of room to grow anymore. But a man named Ugene was kind enough to sell his land to the town for 3000 dollars. He then moved out of town and now owns a new farm.
Development started a few months later. A year after the construction began, a new neighborhood was complete.
Large companies across North America realized that Whitevale would be an ideal spot to build factories and plants because of it's increasing demand for jobs. Many new factories were built in recent years.
On August 19th 1939, Whitevale's 50th anniversary was celebrated with fireworks, music and 2 tons of cake.
(That's where the picture of the firework came from.)
This is a picture of Whitevale in 1939 as it reached a population of more that 5000 people.
Well That's it for now.
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