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Volcano City (Growth and Development)



Volcano City continues to grow larger and larger as more people move in. Here are the pics of Rural Volcano City as it goes from small town to rural village to large rural town.

Population growth: 377 to 2000 people

About 2 new neighborhoods are being built, the only challange is to cut more thick pine forests, but they were able to manage. These are the development images:



During (Trees are cut down to clear the land):




The now elects it's first mayor (known as "person in charge" at the time) This mayor is the one before Peter. The Mayor's mansion is a beautiful house with a great view of the town:


As mayor of this town, he wanted the main road paved. The construction workers soon got on the job and got the town's first asphalt, the first step in the great transformation from rural village to modern city:


The town is now much bigger, with new commercial buildings. Peter is especially happy with the store (Gander Mountain) that sells outdoor and fishing equipment.

Volcano City is now a rural town:



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