What is the difference between a city and a town in New Jersey? The towns in Wisconsin are not Incorporation where I think in New Jersey they are. I don't think there are Villages in New Jersey there are in Wisconsin.
Population is the factor, how crowded an area is what determines the status.. Mostly politics and money, just like everything else. If an area receives city status it is usually a poor depressed town. As if an area gets town status usually their are more better well off the people. People are more finically dependant which makes the quality of life is just a bit better for the town.. If you take Newark, NJ the city that has the bad reputation in the United States thanks to the media, like Conan O'Brien ripping on Newark. I would agree to stay away from some hoods or ghettos, while some areas are really great neighborhoods in Newark. It gets harder yet to tell, because some cities are well to do. Like across the Hudson NYC / Manhattan is regarded as a rich well to do city..
As for Villages yes we do have a handful of Boroughs also known as Villages mostly historical status.. Have a Merry Christmas
It's a beautiful building, i like!!
Happy holidays, Lizab.
Thank you lizab how are the government buildings shaped by you? I know here more modern towns have more modern buildings but those older towns this is what's here.. The cities even more grander government buildings..
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