Monday, 30 September 2013
New Arrivals: Over 11.000 refugees joined!
Once more thousands flood to the Aurora Arcology, in search for a new & better life! Thanks to all the capsuleers who keep spreading the word and rescue people from deep space, the Arcology keeps growing. Once more the people joining are a varied group, coming from many parts of civilian life! As an additional announcement, we now exceed 300.000 inhabitants at the Aurora Arcology!
The steady growth of new Arcology inhabitants is slowly showing a growing issue. We're now over half capacity of the maximum allowed rental space at the Caldari Provision Station in Irjunen. A search has been initiated to locate new places for large volume station rental or alternatives. One of the alternatives is starting up a colony on a planet. With the addition of the Colonial Task force, we now have the knowledge to pull off such endeavour. However, building up a new colony on a planet is a very costly process. In order to asses the risks and possibilities, the Aurora Arcology Council has appointed the Colonial Committee. We'll await the results of their report before taking action to avert the possibility of overpopulation.
This week's new arrivals:
-10 prisoners (Part of the Prison Lend-Lease Program)
-50 Science Graduates
-342 Freed Slaves
Law Enforcement Additions
-28 Freedom Fighters
-15 Army recruits
-76 Slavers (Part of the Redemption Program)
New employees for the nightclub: L'Etoile Rouge
-60 female Exotic Dancers
-10 Male Exotic dancers (Datafile: Abandoned in Space)
New Councilmembers (The Colonial Committee)
This is the total tally of this week's immigrants. Special thanks goes out to Capsuleer Kilohertz for notifying us of a small group of civilians in dire need of rescue. Remember, every civilian matters! Keep up the good work, and support the Aurora Arcology Project! For we embetter the lives of those who are open to a new start in the cluster!
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An impressive total, continue your good work, and good luck to your Committee in deciding on their colony plans.ReplyDelete