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An architecture-construction firm approached you and said they needed your direction as to where to build a new city (yes, in your dreams, but let us dream a while). They said they are working to reduce overpopulation in big cities by building new smaller cities and new jobs and new environments which will draw people from other cities eventually causing the population of the U.S. to be more evenly spread out with less areas overpopulated. They need your input as to where to build the first city. What location would you choose and why?
DaSSRedemption DaSSRedemption 31-35, M 7 Answers Feb 9, 2013 in Hobbies

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North Dakota...Them folk got a lot of towns nobody's using anymore. It might be nice to fire one up again

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I'd actually consider southern Idaho. <br />
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There are good locations along major highways & rail lines, water resources are available, beautiful natural environment, land costs are affordable, and technical colleges & universities are turning out growing numbers of grads.

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Kansas . Plenty of room to do it and centrally located

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Yes that's what I was thinking. Put it halfway between Denver and KC.

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In Wisconsin along Lake Michigan. 1.) I'm from WI. 2.) I've lived in other states and their tax systems are completely ****** compared to WI's, and 3.) We have all 4 seasons here, but lake effect reduces the heat up to 10 degrees in the summertime, and increases temps about 10 degrees in the wintertime. 4.) I'd love to be within driving distance of Chicago, and 5.) maybe Minneapolis if I ever get over my hatred of shitheads. 6.) Plus cheese is tasty and it costs about half as much here as it does on the east coast, with a much wider selection of course. 7.) Green Bay Packers games will air on local tv and I won't have to drive to a bar to watch them. 8.) It's funny watching southerners crash in the ditch during snowy weather, but 9.) too much of it is dangerous for us locals, like what I witnessed during the blizzard of 2010 in Virginia Beach.

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virginia:)

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Somewhere warm. Maybe southern New Mexico or Texas. Draw people away from decaying northern cities.

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Plenty of decay here in the Ole South too

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