The county of New Zealand is broken up into counties. The country works in a way that’s very similar to most states in the United States. Each county has a county seat with government offices, and one city (Bradley) serves as the capital of the country.
Both cities' road systems were created based on a grid system. This allows for easy traveling across both cities. There are two ferry terminals in the county, one in each city. Aside from this, there is no other public transportation in the cities, but the idea has been discussed to develop one.
The county boasts a population of over 200,000 people, and still has plenty of residential lots available in both cities for further expansion. Both cities lack major zoning areas for larger residential projects, but both cities are working on changing this.
Available commercial space is limited in most of the city of Bradley, except for the west side of town near the airport. West Bradley still has plenty of available commercial areas in the downtown area.
There are three main industrial areas in town. One on the southeast side of Bradley, and there is another on the southwest side of Bradley. West Bradley boasts a very productive industrial area which caters more towards high tech industry.
The main big box shopping area of town is on the south side of Bradley, just off the interstate. The county boasts 4 Kmart stores, 1 Super Wal-Mart, 2 Super Targets, 2 Lowe's Home Improvement Stores, 2 Home Depots, 1 Kohl's, and 2 Sam's Clubs.
To create a better image for the city, West Bradley created a large water fountain in the center of town.
2042 Population Census:
Bradley County 227,503
West Bradley 67,413
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