Mooseville's population hit double digits this week, as reported by the Mooseville Census Bureau.
"We have 10 people here, a huge growth spurt," said Mooseville's Mayor. "We're on our way to having tens of people. This is very exciting."
The Mayor went on to say that the spike in population has been excellent for business on Moose Street.
Signs of life are everywhere in Mooseville, and the spike in population poses many questions. Is it the great food, the engaging arts, the mindless entertainment, the award-winning journalism, or the farming?
"We don't know why 10 people live in Mooseville," the Mayor said. "It's a phenomenon we may never fully understand."
Not all Mooseville residents are pleased about the sudden growth in neighbors. Mechanic, Billy Smickles is concerned about traffic. "I suppose the more people who come here, the better it is for business, but I like that it only takes me three minutes to get to work. I hope we don't get any of that grid-lock, or whatever it's called."
Mooseville officials assure residents that the increase in population will bring more pros than cons.
"Mooseville's a great place to live," said the Mayor. "We can't keep it a secret much longer. All we can do is make sure our infrastructure is secure. We'll have to add another water tower soon."
Mooseville is a peaceful community, nestled in the heart of the old country. It's quiet, proud, hardworking, green, and growing. Ten people have planted roots here. Who knows how many more will come?