Sorry I haven't updated in ages, but I've been too busy with other things...
Anyway, it appears I have had some comments. Let's start by replying to those, shall we?
@ aiumkastarkius: Yeah... the incinerator's been moved to a better location as you'll see... thanks for the tip.
@ strategist01: Could do, but what exactly is PropLE? I for one have never heard of it. I suppose there is the reader though...
Now that's been done, let's jump straight in to Chapter 6 of Quicksilver City.
Chapter 6 - Power to the People
Throughout the last 5 chapters the people have been rather willing to accept the stark immoral decisions made by the city council. They were sick of being dictated to and they'd decided that enough was enough.
They demanded that the incinerator by the main residential district be moved to Orchard, the industrial district. And so it was:
The residents weren't satisfied with that though. They weren't even satisfied with the big-name restaurants that had grown along the A1 avenue. They wanted their kids to have an education. And that meant building a school:
Next they demanded some landscaping features to identify their city, and they got a spike and a lake:
The town also got a train station. But it wasn't enough for commuters, who demanded the line be extended to north of the town:
A new road was also built. The council decided to branch out for maximum success.
And finally, the residents wanted something to do. They wanted somewhere to hang out. They got this:
Residents were furious that the stadium was not completed due to budget constraints. The mayor vowed to finish it as soon as the town budget allowed.
And then they were satisfied, and agreed to stop moaning until Chapter 7.
That will do for now.
See you in Chapter 7.