"State of the City"
Erving Fifth and Sixth Grader Students
The State of
Cypress City by Beth M.
Welcome fellow Sims,
thank you very much for joining me here today.
Today I want to remind you of what we have achieved
over the past years, and also inform you what I
plan to do in the future.
The first big issue I
would like to cover is taxes. Now I know that taxes
have been a bit high, but it's not the matter of
money, it's the matter of keeping our city going.
I'm sorry if taxes have caused any problems, but as
soon as the city increases its population, I
promise to lower the taxes to at least five-
Crime is a problem we
should pay close attention to, but since our city
is so small we haven't much worry, but that doesn't
make our city totally crime free, it just means we
live in a pretty safe environment. This is an
achievement you should be very proud of.
Despite the water
shortage we had two years ago, the whole city has a
tremendous amount of fresh water from our twenty
brand new water pumps put in just last
Another big issue I
would like to bring up is pollution. The fact of
the matter is, no one likes pollution, so I've put
a pollution control law on the city and have banned
all heavy polluting industries. I've also helped
the polluting situation by having only solar power
plants in our city, which produce no pollution at
all. Automobiles can also cause up to 50 percent of
the pollution in our city, and only add to traffic
problems, so one of the main things I hope to
accomplish very soon is putting in subway stations,
train stations, and with your help I've already put
in many bus depots.
Now I would like to
talk a bit about education. I think an education is
the most valuable and important thing a Sim can
have. Education plays an important role in our
lives and can badly affect them if not educated
properly. For many people, this is an unfortunate
problem. That's why in Cypress City it's never to
late to back to go school or even college for that
matter. So in our city, again with your help, I
have provided many schools and only special
I'd like to close my
speech by reminding you the many reasons I gave you
to move into Cypress City, and for some Sims the
many reasons I gave you to stay in Cypress City. A
city you can call home, a city your children can
someday call home, where every Sim man and Sim
woman is treated the same, where crime is low and
education is strong, and promises are kept.
Remember Cypress City wants you!
The State of
the City by Eddie P.
Welcome fellow sims.
Did you know we have over 50,000 people in our
city? This city is the best city I have seen out of
all the cities I have seen. This city has lots of
money to take care of all the buildings. Since I
have been the mayor of this city, I have not seen
too many things bad and I am pleased about
We have accomplished
a great deal over the past few years, we have ran
utility wires to the places where it needed
electricity. We did that so the buildings would
work properly and so the people could do their
jobs. We also did it so people could go to school
and be able to sharpen their pencils. Also, we have
electricity so people can see what they are doing
in the night.
Another thing that we
have accomplished is a wonderful education system.
We have gotten high tech educated schools for
people to get a really beneficial education so
people can get really nice jobs. Then, once they
get nice jobs and get good money, they will be able
to afford an expensive house to live in.
We have created a lot
of commercial areas. We put an incredible amount of
land for people to shop in because we don't want to
see people on the streets without clothes. We want
to see them dressed nicely like any other person.
We make the clothes cheap, not because they are bad
or anything, but just so they can afford to buy
them. So please buy the clothes so you will look
Thank you for your
time, I will see you around.
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