Growth of Indian Land

Harrisburg Elementary School

Harrisburg Elementary School

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In the past 10 years, Indian Land has grown to a huge population. During the past decade, buildings and complex have been built, new students have been coming in, and lots of traffic happens. In 2007, This place was nothing was but grass and dirt, until construction happened. In 2009, Instead of the small population going to charlotte to get some groceries, they made a local Walmart in Indian Land. In 2013 Neighborhoods were also being built for homes of more people coming in into the area. They also had to build a new elementary school called Harrisburg Elementary School.

 

By 2014, Many people have been moving to Indian Land coming from New York, Charlotte, Fort Mill, Rock Hill, and Charleston. Now in 2015, we have many good companies and buildings built for the population. Indian Land is almost turning out to be just like a city but it is still in the Lancaster County. Some reporters stated that they might build a movie theater in Indian Land, but it hasn’t been in construction. In conclusion, Indian Land has grown rapidly in the past decade. Kids from everywhere have moved in the area for a great education. We have great schools, great stores, and great restaurants. Another things is that we don’t have a high crime rate. There you have it; I wonder how it would look in the next decade.

 

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