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of 1956 revolution of '56 , and the town had a slow time recovering. During the communist years, a new "town center" was developed between the existing Medieval centers of Moson and Magyaróvár, and there was significant development, including the opening of a university, new schools, and other public projects. After the rise of the capitalist regime (Hungary#The third Hungarian Republic (1989–present)) in 1989, the Young Democrats controlled the city government for a few years

June Lake, California

areas. The main Village is between the southwestern end of June Lake (June Lake (California)), with the smaller Gull Lake on the northwest. The Village is the commercial core, with a post office, community center, library, restaurants, lodging, stores and offices, as well as mixed residential use. The West Village Rodeo Grounds area lies on the North and West sides of Gull Lake. These areas are sites of more recent development including a baseball field, condominiums


is enjoying adjacent development projects including a new biking and walking trail along the BeltLine from Piedmont Park to Inman Park, as well as the pending redevelopment of Ponce City Market, the old Sears building, which later became City Hall East. Ponce City Market is slated to become a major multi-use development including a gourmet food hall of national importance. Behind Ponce City Market is the brand new (2011) Historic Fourth Ward Park. In July 2014 the Atlanta City

Verdun, Quebec

, was annexed to Verdun in 1956. Then a chiefly agricultural area, it was rapidly urbanized following the opening of the Champlain Bridge (Champlain Bridge, Montreal) in 1962, with development including contributions by the famous Modernist architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. "L'île des Soeurs." Grand répertoire du patrimoine bâti de Montréal. Accessed 1 July 2011. Rapid development would continue to the present day, with the erosion of the sensitive natural woodland of the Domaine Saint-Pierre becoming an increasingly pressing concern. thumb left Verdun City Hall, now the borough hall. (File:Bureau d'arrondissement de Verdun.jpg) Back in Verdun proper, in the post-war period, the area around the church, along rue Wellington and rue de l'Église, became the nucleus of commercial development. A new city hall was built on Rue de Verdun in 1958. "History and Heritage: Verdun City Hall." Ville de Montréal: Arrondissement de Verdun. Accessed 1 July 2011. The green line of the Montreal Metro was extended into Verdun in 1978, its construction delayed due to a collapse in rue Wellington during the construction of De L'Église (De L'Église (Montreal Metro)) station. "De l'Église Metro: History and trivia." Accessed 1 July 2011. Besides De l'Église in downtown Verdun and Verdun (Verdun (Montreal Metro)) station in front of the town hall, LaSalle (LaSalle (Montreal Metro)) station was built in vacant land in a former industrial area in the east of the borough, left vacant by the demolition of the vast British Munitions Supply Co. facilities; the metro station would become the heart of a new residential area called La Poudrière after the munitions factories. "LaSalle Metro: History and trivia." Accessed 1 July 2011. However, improved access to downtown Montreal meant a decline in local commerce. A program of subsidies and revitalization starting in the 1990s reinvigorated the rue Wellington commercial corridor. Verduners voted 68% "no" in the 1980 sovereignty referendum (Quebec referendum, 1980) and 59.6% "no" in the 1995 referendum (Quebec referendum, 1995). In 1992, Verduners voted 53.66% in favour of the Charlottetown Accord. Uniquely in Montreal, Verdun was a partially dry community, with taverns, night clubs and cabarets banned since 1965, and alcohol sales restricted to restaurants with liquor licences, grocery stores and the SAQ (Société des alcools du Québec). "'Prohibition' in Verdun and the Scott Act." Ville de Montréal: Arrondissement de Verdun. Accessed July 1, 2011. In December 2010, the borough announced that it was planning to allow some microbreweries or performance spaces to sell alcohol. '''Verdun Collège Français''' were a junior ice hockey team from Verdun, Quebec. They were members of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League from 1991 to 1994. Collège Français resurrected the dormant Quebec Remparts franchise in 1985 after a three year hiatus, as '''Longueuil Collège Français'''. The team played in Longueuil, Quebec at Colisée Jean Béliveau for three seasons before moving to the Verdun Auditorium.

Tysons Corner, Virginia

publisher Google Maps url http: maps HRriu accessdate 2013-12-05 Due to its large daytime population, Tysons experiences a high level of traffic congestion. This has led to plans for denser development, including additional rail infrastructure. Beginning on July 26, 2014, the Washington Metro started offering rapid transit rail service in Tysons Corner via its Silver Line (Washington Metro) Silver


of businesses including IT firms, law firms, and real estate agents. Also located on the Northside is the Brookside Mall (Brookside Mall (Fredericton)), a retail mall anchored by Sobeys, Alcool NB Liquor and a Lawtons Drugs store as well as government offices. A new retail "power centre" development including Canadian Tire Marks Work Warehouse, Kent Building Supplies and a Wal-Mart (Wal-Mart Canada), is located at Two Nations Crossing (Fredericton) Two

, the city's growing IT (Information technology) sector has been the basis for new research on IT and computer programming development, including the October 2002 opening of the National Research Council of Canada Institute for Information Technology – e-Business (Electronic business) facility, located on the University of New Brunswick campus. Fredericton is also the home of New Brunswick's Provincial Research Organization (PRO), RPC. RPC specializes in applied research

Moline, Illinois

, Carnegie-sponsored public library, and other civic institutions. A major retail center in the 1950s and 1960s, today the area is home to the John Deere Commons development, including the John Deere Pavilion and the i wireless Center (where thousands come each year to watch shows, concerts, and sporting events) and to various other restaurants and entertainment venues. A new mixed-use retail and residential development known as Bass Street Landing is currently under construction. Notable

Fort Collins, Colorado

accessdate March 24, 2007 work Fort Collins Local History Archive During that same period, civil rights activism and anti-war disturbances heightened tensions in the city, including the burning of several buildings on the CSU campus. During the late 20th century, Fort Collins expanded rapidly to the south, adding new development, including several regional malls.

Goddard Space Flight Center

tracking of flights through a worldwide network of ground stations called the Spacecraft Tracking and Data Acquisition Network (STDN). However, the Center focused primarily on designing unmanned satellites and spacecraft for scientific research missions. Goddard pioneered several fields of spacecraft development, including modular (modular design) spacecraft design, which reduced costs and made it possible to repair satellites in orbit. Goddard's Solar Maximum Mission

Peterborough, Ontario

areas and farmland (Arable land) surrounding the city. However, some types of development including detached single residential, quarries and commercial facilities continue to get approved, exerting pressure and population growth on the Greebelt. Toronto is the latest in a line of cities that have implemented growth boundaries (Urban growth boundary) of some kind as a method of restricting urban growth, including Ottawa, Portland (Portland, Oregon), Oregon, Frankfurt am Main Frankfurt

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