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Amizkuku Expansion

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The city is brighter and getting better. The city has reached 1,455 residents. Low-class roams most of the city unfortunately, but R$$ is racing up and hopefully with take majority. The Mayor Grek Jokakulo has been updating the Station and is considering turning it from a Refuge Station to a City. 

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The Duplex Zone as you can see, is mostly low-class American class. Why? Well, most of the cities industrialists and carpenters are from Poor Europe and the poor parts of Southern USA.  

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Lucky due to the nearby Cuban Survivors, the local tribe and NA Industrialists the city created the ARS Tobacco Fields and Processing Plant.

The tobacco fields brings in $5000 per month at a cost of $250 for maintenace each month. (That's $4750 income per month)

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The ferry which brings in survivors and rescue boats [(AKA the ARSS) Amizkuku Refuge Station Ships].

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Thanks to Harry Gratiot too, for bringing in 720 jobs in the city and being one of the best Car Makers in the world of TODAY! GM is currently working on the GM Retrovision

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Nice car isn't it?

200km to the gallon,

Uses minimal battery power with Dual LED Lightbulbs. 

Uses all-terrain recycable rubber tires and.....

Looks Retro!

Cost: $23,500 plus the 12% recovery tax that  the mayor implanted.

 

That makes the car $26320.

Last but not least...

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As you can see thanks to GM R$$ is starting to move it and thanks to Enviromental Supervisor: Vassela Jones we are laos adding beauty to this city! 

What generates the most money for the city?

Cities Income: $980,000 per year.

GM: $257,000 (26%)

Duplexes: $53,410 (5%)

Power: $62,550 (6%)

Industrial Park $255,700 (26%)

R$$: $2,340  (0.2%)

Taxes: $335,750 (34%)

Gas$: $15,250 (2.8%)


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I did! :) It's a brillant CJ I forget to add that it's inspired by you. :P I'll be sure to credit you for inspiration.

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 Some conversation...Anyway, nice job. Was the tobacco a STEX file or did the farm just come out that way? Again, great job. And I loved the car. Very retro!

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