Good morning, Metropolis Citizens.
After a few weeks of the largest tornado storm we have ever witnessed in more than twenty years, Metropolis Cove has survived. Barely. The storm struck the heart of the city, leaving damages in its path. As a result of this storm that displaced many people living on the outskirts of the main city, there has been a few changes--structural changes. There has been some reports of flooding along the eastern region by the seaports as well as a few shallow lakes located in the basin surrounding the Terminal Valley Region. Thankfully, the Terminal Valley received the least damage due to the dam that blockades access from the south-eastern side of the city.
City Council has proposed a few changes to transportation after reports were made that traffic became increasingly congested during the event of evacuation along the outskirt regions of the city. Overhead subways are under construction and ground travel will be limited for better trafficking.
As for the damages to the city, more construction workers will be arriving from other towns. In addition, the flooding issues are yet to be resolved but look out for more housing and locations added to our map.
I truly hope that all our citizens will remain safe and protected in our city.