bedroom community for commuters

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  • It is quickly becoming a bedroom community for commuters into the Salt Lake valley.
  • However, the village remained primarily agricultural until the 1970s when it started changing into a bedroom community for commuters to the businesses and industry in the Langenthal.
  • The vast majority of its residents work in the city of Ottawa, making Russell a true bedroom community for commuters to Ottawa.
  • Today all five of the villages form a bedroom community for commuters to Clydebank, Dumbarton and Glasgow.
  • Uraga is now considered a bedroom community for commuters to Yokohama and Tokyo.
  • Shadow Creek Ranch, the largest master planned community in Pearland, is a bedroom community for commuters to Houston.
  • Although in Santa Fe County, Edgewood lies closer to Albuquerque and in recent years has become a popular bedroom community for commuters.
  • Kaltenkirchen is largely a bedroom community for commuters to Hamburg.
  • While the agricultural past of the town is still clear, it has begun to become a bedroom community for commuters working in nearby Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Harrisburg and York.
  • Stabler is primarily a bedroom community for commuters working in nearby Carson, Stevenson, and other towns in the Columbia River Gorge.
  • With the decline of local dairy production due to urban sprawl, North Prairie has become a bedroom community for commuters to Milwaukee, Waukesha, and surrounding communities.
  • A few minutes drive south of Provo, Springville is a bedroom community for commuters who work in the Provo-Orem and Salt Lake City metropolitan areas.
  • It is surrounded by (but is technically not part of) the Montgomery County Agricultural Reserve, and is considered a distant bedroom community for commuters to Washington, D.C.
  • Leesburg, like the rest of Loudoun, has undergone considerable growth and development over the last 30 years, transforming from a small, rural, piedmont town to a suburban bedroom community for commuters to the national capital.
  • By the 1940s and 1950s, with the advent of cheap air travel attracting tourists to more distant places, and air-conditioning to provide year-round comfort, Long Beach had become a primarily bedroom community for commuters to New York City.
  • Additionally, Running Springs, together with surrounding communities, form a bedroom community for commuters who are employed in San Bernardino and points beyond who are willing to tolerate the notorious Southern California commute in order to live above the city's considerable smog and pollution.