Located in the state of Michigan and a city in Kent County, Wyoming has a total population of more than 74,000 making it the third-largest community or city in the western part of the state of Michigan. The area was first settled in 1832 and was organized under the Byron Township. However, the township split the northern half of the town and was then called as Wyoming Township and eventually charted into a city after a period of disputes that surrounds the annexation as well as the sewage and water usage. Wyoming experienced a population growth every census that was held since the start of 1890, with some of the largest occurring after the end of a major war.
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