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Town Hall Meatings (to be renamed you'll understand why if you read)

Post by dljrfn2000 on Wed Sep 02, 2009 7:53 am



Let it be shown that on Day 1 of Sim Month June the first town hall meating was called to order in the Catholic Church on high way 1 in the region of Red River.


Members present:
Edmund Brantly
Ethan Brantly
Thomas Delkon
Pierce Hamilton
Derek Roy
Eric Nunez

First order of business-
As agreed upon by the 6 members at the meeting representing the 5 farms; Brantly Farm, Delkon Manor, Hamilton Plantation, Roy Manor and Nunez Plantation; a leader must be elected by unanimous vote before the end of the meating is called. Nominations are called by a member and must receive a second before being added to the voting list.

Nomination
Edmund Brantly
-Nominated By: Ethan Brantly
- 2nd: None
Derek Roy
-Nominated By: Pierce Hamilton
-2nd: Thomas Delkon
Eric Nunez
- Nominated By: Thomas Delkon
- 2nd: Derek Roy
Ethan Brantly
- Nominated By: Edmund Brantly
- 2nd: Eric Nunez

Let the record show that Derek Roy, Eric Nunez, and Ethan Brantly will be the nominations for the head of the first town meating council.


First Vote:
D:3
N:1
B:2

The first vote is a no decision

Second Vote:
D:4
N:1
B:1

the second vote is a no decision

Third Vote:
D:3
N:2
B:1

The third vote is a no decision, the members have chosen to discuss the matter off record

Let it be shown that before the fourth vote Ethan Brantly will be removed from the ballot.


Fourth Vote:
D:6
N:0

After the fourth vote Derek Roy was named the leader of the Town hall meating Council and by decision of the council his vote will count double toward any further motion.

Second Order of business-


The Council has decided to form a township in the red river area. The area includes the 5 farms with the following residents.

Pastor:Matt Renault- 50

Delkon Manor:
Thomas-37 and Alyson-36 Delkon
children: Rosaline-12, Mikela-12, Mathew-7

Brantly Farm:
Ethan- 41 and Carmel- 39 Brantly
Children: Katie- 10, Sam- 8

Edmund- 38 and Casey- 37 Brantly
Children: Ken- 1, Carla- 4

Roy Manor
Derek- 42 and Danielle- 40 Roy
Children: Lia-15, Brian- 12, Alex- 11, Jennifer- 9, Mia- 5

Hamilton Plantation

Pierce- 40 and Brittney- 37 Roy
Children- Alexis- 18, James- 16, Lauren- 14

First vote:
In Favor of Township- 7
Against- 0

The motion passes

Township unamed; residents: 26

Third order of business- naming the township.

The township has received a few name ideas.

Roysville
Redsville
Riverton
Farmington
Renault
Kensington

All ideas were rejected by the council and it was decided that in one months time they would return to discuss name ideas and taxation in the township.
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Re: Seiville

Post by dljrfn2000 on Thu Sep 03, 2009 6:03 am



Let it be shown that on Day 1 of Sim Month July the first town hall meating was called to order in the Catholic Church on high way 1 in the region of Red River.


Members present:
Edmund Brantly
Ethan Brantly
Thomas Delkon
Pierce Hamilton
Derek Roy
Eric Nunez

First order of business-
As agreed upon by the first town hall meating the name of the township would be given 1 month decision before the town is named. Ideas were once again open by committee members.

Roysville
Redsville
Riverton
Farmington
Renault
Kensington

Seiville
Plainville
Dereksville

After committee discussion it was narrowed down between Seiville and Dereksville

Seiville-
Named after the 6 committee members using sei- the latin route for 6.

Dereksville-
Named after the first president of the committee Derek Roy.

Vote
S- 5
D- 1

Let it be known from this point the township will be known as Seiville.
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Re: Seiville

Post by Monegasque on Fri Sep 04, 2009 6:44 am

This looks very Intresting! Wink
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Re: Seiville

Post by simsamerica on Fri Sep 04, 2009 8:02 am

Agreed, I have yet to see anything like it.
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Re: Seiville

Post by dljrfn2000 on Fri Sep 04, 2009 11:22 am



Monegasquedude- Thanks

simsamerica- I have seen I think 1 like it but never to this extent.
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Post by cormiermax on Fri Sep 04, 2009 12:15 pm

Very cool! cant wait for more Smile

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Post by simsamerica on Fri Sep 04, 2009 1:26 pm

Yes agreed, can't wait to see more besides just the meeting house.
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Re: Seiville

Post by dljrfn2000 on Fri Sep 04, 2009 3:04 pm



Let it be shown that on Day 1 of Sim Month August the third town hall meating was called to order in the Catholic Church on high way 1 in the region of Red River in the newly named town of Seiville.

Members present:
Edmund Brantly
Ethan Brantly
Thomas Delkon
Pierce Hamilton
Derek Roy
Eric Nunez

First order of business-
Improving business

Right now the town consists of the 5 farms and farm houses, the meating house/church and high way 1. Members of the town are voicing concern over equipment costs. Right now the nearest hardware store is out of region and requires a 3 day trip to order and then another week for mailing. The board needs to nominate an owner of the hardware store and decide on a location.

Nominations for owner of the hardware store-

Edmund Brantly
Nominated by- Ethan Brantly
2nd- Thomas Delkon

Vote
Edumnd-7

Unanimous desicion Edmund Brantly will be the owner of the Seville hardware store and his older brother Ethan will take over full ownership of Brantly farm.

Location-

Across the street from the Church
Nomination- Thomas Delkon
2nd- Eric Nunez

On Brantly Farm
Nomination- Edmund Brantly
2nd- Ethan Brantly

A- 5
B- 2

Let it be shown on a 5-2 vote the Seville hardware store will be across the street from the meating house and church on high way 1. The Council will reconvene on September 1st of sim year 1 to discuss architecture companies for the Sieville hardware store.


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Re: Seiville

Post by simsamerica on Sat Sep 05, 2009 2:16 am

oooo, that would suck that long of a drive. Btw nice church where'd you get it?
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Re: Seiville

Post by dljrfn2000 on Wed Sep 09, 2009 1:17 am



simsamerica- I got it on the STEX I'm not sure where
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Post by dljrfn2000 on Wed Sep 09, 2009 1:40 am




Let it be shown that on Day 1 of Sim Month September the Fourth town hall meating was called to order in the Catholic Church on high way 1 in the region of Red River in the newly named town of Seiville.

Members present:
Edmund Brantly
Ethan Brantly
Thomas Delkon
Pierce Hamilton
Derek Roy
Eric Nunez

Notes:

The Plot of land for the New Hardware store has been cleared as denoted by the green box on the picture below





First order of business-


Assigning a construction crew

After deliberation the council has given construction of the Hardware store to the male members of the Hamilton Family over the age of 16, and Hardware store owner Edmund Brantly.

The council estimates the cost of the Hardware store to be around $1700.

Current Treasury- $0

Second Order of Business-


Electing a treasurer-

After realizing that the township has no money to spend the council has decided to name a treasurer in the council.

Nominations:


Eric Nunez
Nominated By- Thomas Delkon
2nd- Derek Roy

Pierce Hamilton
Nominated By- Derek Roy
2nd- Ethan Brantly

Vote

E-2
P-5

With a 5-2 win Pierce Hamilton will be named the Treasurer of the Seiville Council.
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Re: Seiville

Post by dljrfn2000 on Wed Sep 09, 2009 1:51 am



Hello Loyal Readers of Seiville


As you just read the township of Seiville is in a little bit of debt about $1700. The township is now just 6 farms that were all built by there current owners and materials from the area (wood, clay brick etc.) were used to build the houses and the church/meating house. The only thing that is brought in from out of town is farming equipment, and seeds. All come relatively cheep and can be paid for with donations of crops to the equipment companies.

The township has decided to build a brick building for the hardware store due to the flammable material that will be stored in there. (Gasoline/oil) If the building were wood it could cause an even greater danger to the surrounding woods and the crops.

The town also doesn't have any money, and no means to print any money. And even if they did they have nothing to back the money up with. (ie. Gold)


So how does the township get money to pay for the hardware store? Open to ideas until the end of the week
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Post by cormiermax on Wed Sep 09, 2009 3:07 am

The Statoil company (based in Aslow) would like to sponsor the town in paying the debt, with the agreement that Statoil be aloud to open a new gas station next to the store.

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Post by dljrfn2000 on Wed Sep 09, 2009 12:01 pm

cormiermax wrote:The Statoil company (based in Aslow) would like to sponsor the town in paying the debt, with the agreement that Statoil be aloud to open a new gas station next to the store.

Considering this is taking place in around idk 1700 or so, I don't think it'd be applicable, pluss I want this to be sort of out of world affairs right now so it's gotta be an internal solution.
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Post by cormiermax on Wed Sep 09, 2009 12:28 pm

oh i had no idea it was so far in the past! Razz

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Post by canuck3360 on Wed Sep 09, 2009 12:52 pm

Maybe some taxes or a wealthy donor who could be granted a tract of land in the area

could also petition a local govener for a loan

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Re: Seiville

Post by Peter on Sat Sep 12, 2009 11:23 pm

unique start dljrfn, can't wait for more!
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Re: Seiville

Post by dljrfn2000 on Fri Sep 18, 2009 4:21 am





Thank you for the comments

@canuck3360
Was thinking about it, but there isn't really a back story to the area, like we don't know where the settlers came from so there is no place with money back home so to speak. I came up with a solution though.
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Post by dljrfn2000 on Fri Sep 18, 2009 5:24 am



Let it be shown that on Day 1 of Sim Month October the fifth town hall meating was called to order in the Catholic Church on high way 1 in the region of Red River.


Members present:
Edmund Brantly
Ethan Brantly
Thomas Delkon
Pierce Hamilton
Derek Roy
Eric Nunez


First order of business-

Solution to construction and money problems. After a month of deliberation the council has decided to build a road creating an intersection at the south eastern corner of the hardware store and go west until it gets to the red river as shown below.



The wood gathered from the construction will provide wood for interior designs like flooring, counters and shelves. Clay from the river bed will be molded into bricks by Eric Nunez and used to build the building. Estimated construction time will be 2 months exterior, 1 month interior and construction is to begin immediately.

Second Order of Business-
The harvests from the 6 farms are in. The farmers have agreed to build a meating area on the opposite side of the intersection so that they can trade harvest and sell harvest to any travelers on route 1. The meating place will be up in 2 weeks time. To keep costs low we will just use chain link fence and just use a small plot of land. No formal buildings will be built.
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Re: Seiville

Post by Peter on Fri Sep 18, 2009 12:58 pm

very nice!
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Re: Seiville

Post by dljrfn2000 on Thu Sep 24, 2009 9:50 am




Thanks for the comment peter
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Post by Slacker on Sun Oct 11, 2009 6:10 am

Really interesting project dljfrn Smile.
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