Chapter Two: The train, a capital is born.
Three years of work were needed to carry out the work of train connecting Nuromita Bay with Anasawa.
But not in vain, this connection was a sharp increase in industrial demand, which led to overexploitation of mineral resources in Nuromita Bay and the fertility of the land around Anasawa.
The cultural differences of each, but the need to grow together, promoted the idea of Greg Kston, and its ambitious urban plans began to bear fruit a few months after the inauguration of the rail line Anasawa-Nuromita.
The increase in labor supply fueled a migration into the area of all kinds of people, not just the tsunami victims poured into the newly founded Nuromita but many young people and dreamers from around the world who saw in the new city an opportunity to create a wonderful, environmentally friendly, cosmopolitan city.
Although for a couple of years the city grew as never Anasawa or Nuromita Bay did, food shortages and minimal services caused a catastrophic epidemic, which took more than two thousand people.
This fact, known as the great epidemic, was instead the starting point for an equitable and responsible government.
On December 7 of that fateful year was signed at the Neighborhood Association of bay Nuromita a codex of laws and political organization as well as obligations and responsibilities that the new government should carry out to improve the quality of life in the region.
Remodeling Process on Nuromita’s Main Street. Exceptionals results.
It was not until January 4, which began building the City Council and a large Nuromita Avenue through the city and joined Ima Highway, named in honor of the lands of Ima, a place among Anasawa and Nuromita, where no one lived, only factories, warehouses and farms scattered through these lands.
Council’s Creation: The begining of a new age to the región population.
The recently created new government is devoting all its efforts and resources in developing a competent public service structure. The project has just begun.