Which borough is the smallest?
Smallest by size: Manhattan.
Smallest by population: Staten Island.
Staten Island is the smallest borough in terms of population. It is the second-largest borough by total area, and the third-largest by land area (it has a greater total area than Brooklyn, but it has a lot more square miles/kilometers of water than Brooklyn does, so its total land area is smaller than that of Brooklyn).
These are the towns or boroughs in Pennsylvania that begin with the letters "wes": Wesleyville borough West Alexander borough West Brownsville borough West Chester borough West Conshohocken borough West Easton borough West Elizabeth borough Westfield borough West Goshen West Grove borough West Hazleton borough West Hills West Homestead borough West Kittanning borough West Lawn borough West Leechburg borough West Liberty borough West Mayfield borough West Middlesex borough West Middletown borough West Mifflin borough Westmont borough…
Queens is the largest borough, followed by Staten Island, Brooklyn, The Bronx, and Manhattan is the smallest. Note that the Wikipedia entry for New York City says that Brooklyn is the 2nd largest borough, and Staten Island is the 3rd largest. That is because the land area of Brooklyn -- minus bodies of water -- is larger than the land area of Staten Island, minus bodies of water. If we go by total area…
The 36th District of the New Jersey Legislature is represented in the State Senate by Paul Sarlo (D, Wood-Ridge) and in the General Assembly by Marlene Caride (D, Ridgefield) and Gary Schaer (D], Passaic). Carlstadt Borough, Cliffside Park Borough, East Rutherford Borough, Little Ferry Borough, Lyndhurst Township, Moonachie Borough, North Arlington Borough, Passaic City, Ridgefield Borough, Ridgefield Park Village, Rutherford Borough, South Hackensack Township, Teterboro Borough, Wallington Borough, Wood-Ridge Borough