It's a blustery night in Redwoodburg. The wind is howling, and the rain is smashing against the small jet you and your family are in. You're heading back home from summer vacation. As the rain pelts the window, you look down at the farmlands below. There hasn't been any rain in a while, so this thunderstorm is much needed, even though the wind isn't.
As the plane turns sharply, almost straight-down looks at the new residential areas are seen. There's a surprisingly large amount of cars out on the road for such a crappy evening. The pilot makes the expected descending speech, just like they all do.
Finally, you land safely at the airport. While waiting during the quick taxi, you can't help but gawk at the airport. It was built ahead of schedule, and most of the funds were provided by the Federal Aviation Commission and the county. It was built much bigger than it needed to be, and was also given extra room in case an expansion would ever be needed. It now serves the whole region, and was badly needed, much more needed than a grimy, ugly seaport.
Zone for Agriculture
This plan would allow a hillside area to be turned into an agricultural area. Thin, terraced farms would work very well for this area, and it would further expand the region's economy.
Zone for Residence
This plan would allow much needed residential zones to be placed, replacing farms. The demand for residential zoning is very high, and would grow fast. Expected growth in that area would be lower class residential.
Plan Set 2: Civics
Build a Police Force
This plan would grant money to be used to build two police stations, in order to increase the safety of the populace. As the city grows, a police force will be needed more and more. One police station will be downtown, another will be to the north, in the residential area.
Build a Public Pool
This plan would designate an area of residential zoning to be used to build a public pool. Not only would this provide the poor with a place to swim, it would increase land values and also rake in admission money.
Ladies and gentlemen, start making up your minds!
As before, I leave you all with a farewell shot. This time, it is a picture of an old pier on a tributary, with a trail leading from it. The pier was probably abandoned years ago unfortunately. It makes great photography material though, especially when the sun sets through the trees and the mountains.
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