Hohenburg Shores experienced tremendous growth as an oil specialized city, but reached peak production a few years after the first wells were drilled. Luckily we took a few steps to prepare for this.
1. Set up a processing facility to convert crude oil into plastics and fuel
2. Lay the foundation for tourism as our next specialization
Crude is now 100% purchased on the open market, processed, then sold back on the market for a sizable profit.
Tourism is proceeding nicely and our Expo center holds an event every other day with a sell out of about 80%.
The drilling / crude oil specialization has left quite a wound on Hohenburg Shores. While our coffers ballooned the health of our citizens has suffered leading to crime and high mortality rates. If the problems aren't resolved soon I'm afraid we'll have to declare the city as too polluted for our current population size and start rezoning on a mass scale.