What city or cities do you think will be on the list of 100 largest U.S. cities (city limit populations only, not metro populations) that have a “DIRECTIONAL” name in them before or at the 2010 census? I believe that North Las Vegas, Nv. Will be the first city with a direction in it’s name to be on the list. Anyone else?
Also, that list will include many more suburban cities, as they push down the older primary cities off the list. The list will probably be nearly 40% suburban cities. Norfolk is the primary city in the Hampton Roads area, but Virginia Beach a suburb, now is larger and has it’s own identity. Overland Park, Ks in Johnson County is larger than Kansas City, Ks. There are other examples out there and it will continue. Have any other examples?