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In the Simworld (well mine) OSEA is an isolated region/country who doesnt share much about their cities but now in recent developments media from OSEA has released info on one of it's up and coming cities which was created and incorporated in 1879.


Port St. Hewlett


Incorporated into Osea/Sim nation:1879


Exports: Agriculture, Consumer goods


Port St. Hewlett is an up and coming city on the eastern coast of Osea. The city is a port city with direct access to sea shipping and commerce, currently the city is led By Mayor John Gonzales who won last years election by 5 sim votes. St. Hewlett is divided into 3 sectors, City of St. Hewlett, St. Hewlett Industrial Park, and St. Hewlett Agricultural Sector.


Downtown St. Hewlett



St. Hewlett Railyards in the industrial sector



St. Hewlett Port



St. Hewlett Industrial Sector



St. Hewlett Agricultural Park



Main St, St. Hewlett



St. Hewlett



Since St. Hewlett is an up and coming city in less than 8 months the city has expanded greatly. More pics and updates coming soon, feedback welcomed.

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Welcome! Glad to have you here.


You may want to minimize the menu before you take your pictures so we can see your city better.


Looking forward to seeing more. :)

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  • OSEA? Is that an Ace Combat reference?

    Why yes it is, i wanted to model the region in SimCity 4. Now i know it's been a while since i posted but that was because of school and home stuff but later tonight i'll post some news on the development of the city.

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  • By 2012 St. Hewlett has expanded in ways almost unimaginable, the population exceeded 30,000 in less than 4 months into the new year. The city council approved many reforms in the city and approved funds for public works.


    In February of 2012 the city erected a statue honoring their mayor, people flocked in herds to see the statue.



    By April of 2012 new lands had been zoned for public housing and the city began expanding southward, but with expansion always comes the problem of commute time for those living in the new areas of St. Hewlett. So in May the city council put aside 700K for an expressway and 300K for a commuter rail line linking St. Hewlett and the industrial sector.


    In the picture above you can see the new expressway dubbed OSH-100E and to the lower right of the picture the commuter rail line.


    Meanwhile in St. Hewlett things are going well as there is almost no crimes and fire, below in the picture taken lies the home of Fire Engine 78 and Hook Ladder 67 in the middle of downtown. With no calls of fires in 3 months the crew has been downsized.



    To the north farmers expanded their farms discovering fertile lands next to the sweet water bay, over 6 farms were expanded in the time span of 2 weeks.



    But nothing new has happened in the Industrial sector, pretty much same ol' same ol' except for the addition of the commuter rail line to the south. The city council is currently voting on connecting the commuter line to the ORC Rail Network to increase shipping and bring tourists into the city. 



    And that will be all for today, enjoy :)

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  • Just in today Osea released pictures from another one of their cities, Concord. Concord is Approx. 256 Miles from St. Hewlett and is a busy city, with over 40,000 citizens and a large downtown the city sees thousands of people pass through it every day.


    The Suburbs of Concord





    Downtown Concord



    Concord Industry



    Recently Concord has been plagued with strikes especially from the CUTF (Concord United Teacher Federation) and the Hospitals, as seen below at the Concord General Hospital.



    and about 10am today a 6 alarm fire erupted in the Concord Business park, firefighters responded and had the fire under control within the hour. Here are some shots of the devastation.




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