I present to you, Part 2 of the 4 part Verona Beach Series. Please enjoy.
Hart Memorial Hospital was built to provide better healthcare to the area. Alder Elementary was built on land from the Lundberg Textile Mill, with the requirement for the mill to "Go Green". It was a win-win deal for both sides.
The Verona Beach Country Club along with the Verona Beach Life Sciences Institute were built on land Bean Lake donated in thanks for the help Verona Beach Provided after a dam break. The area has since been re-built, Along with a new dam at Hope Pond. The help Verona Beach provided was erecting Bean Lake Arena or as locals call it, "The Bean", a new library and Bean Lake Institute of Engineering (the tower, hehe).
Hart Airfield was built along Route 3. Route 3 and Allen's ave. Converge between the airfield and arena.
Beaches were built for residents who live around Bean Lake. Plans for water taxis are in the works.
Bean Lake is a quaint place. It is rare for a home here to hit the open market.
This is looking East at the college.
This is the Gary Hart Interchange.
Looking East at the Gary Hart Interchange.
This is the wildlife refuge and Bean Lake at night.
This is a close-up of the engineering institute and arena at night.
The Hope Hydro Electric Dam at night.
A swim meet as well as a soccer game were going on at the same time.
This is the Bean Lake Industrial Park.
The Benson Farm was the first farm to be established near Bean Lake. George Benson chose this location because of the rail line.
SimAgra Cold Storage bought the old high school from the town and built a massive cold storage plant. A statue is in the middle of Bean Circle.
Hart Field along with Bean Lake High school and the pool.
Bean Circle is busy at all hours of the day and night.
Yes, that's a Bed, Bath & Beyond LOL.
This is the Gary Hart Hydro Electric Dam at night.
Simgeneral Motor Corp. built their finishing plant here to ship out vehicles by rail and truck as quickly as possible.
A close-up of SimAgra and the high school.
This is the Bean Lake Community Hydroponics Farm.
The Harpers have owned their farm for almost as long as the Bensons.
This is the Carter farm, this farm is restricted to farm use to preserve the heritage of the old farms that used to dot the landscape of Bean Lake.
This is a shot of the Benson Industrial Park. L.E.D. Pro built a massive assembly plant in Bean Lake thanks to negotiations with the Bensons. L.E.D. Pro donates a portion of their annual revenue to the town to purchase produce from neighboring counties for the people who are struggling to make ends meet.
This is an updated transit map of the area. The highway is close to completion, Washington County will have a few small towns. I will be having some fun with this county, logging is in the works hehe.
I hope you have enjoyed this entry. Do Svidaniya.