The last village came together so quickly, the temptation is to adjust the table to ensure a few less cottages and hovels. Making tables for yourself, you'll bump into that inclination constantly. Experience teaches not to fiddle, but to trust one's instinct for the original numbers until getting a decent sampling of test runs, at least 20 or 30. That's not enough work that we can't throw it away and start from scratch, if we feel that's needed, or that can't be let alone, since in the long run it will remain as a tiny aberration in the overall process. As such, I'll go with the table as written.
The process works just as it did before. The main question is, do we take another market if it shows up? Do we take another village centre? The answer is yes, if we can make it make sense, given the layout. A second market must go next to the first; a second village centre can go anywhere. Because of the size of the village, a second temple wouldn't make sense, unless this were a polytheistic region. As it is, this is western Romania, so we'd expect to have only one church.