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Suburbia Arrives

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Hi everyone-

Back for another update. wink.gif

Well, lots of interesting stuff is going on in Wakeman. First, a new waterfront hotel, overlooking both the Cascadia River and Gilmour Inlet has been built at the intersection of Banks Way and Kaye Drive. (Anyone get the reference at that intersection?)




As you can see, the new hotel is hooked up to the start of a new pedestrian trail system, which will eventually lead all over Wakeman.

And another development. This is at the intersection of Wakeman Boulevard and 22nd Avenue. Wakeman gets its first strip mall, Wakeman Crossing. (Creative name . . . rolleyes.gif)



To mitigate traffic traveling to the new shopping center, the developers of Wakeman Crossing have paid the city a Traffic Impact Fee, which will go toward widening Wakeman Boulevard to a TLA-5 between 11th and 22nd.


Finally, here's something going on in Argentum. Looking at this old map (one of my first attempts) [linkage], you may notice a "Country Club Road".

Well, the aforementioned country club


no longer exists, for reasons you'll soon see.


As a result, the road name doesn't really make much sense now. So, I'm going to rename it in honor the poster of our 100th comment, Meastro444.


Congratulations, Meastro! smiley.gif

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