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February 7, 2005 10:30:25 PM

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Hey guys, I'm havin problems with not enough industrial. My city is
relatively young (7 yrs or so) and I don't have enough industry. I know
what most would say, build more..but I can't build more otherwise it
would conflict with my residential. Is high density a good thing to do
in this early of a city? Pollution is mostly under control but I'm
worried about the other effects it might have on my city.

Thx in advance,
AJ
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February 8, 2005 4:00:55 PM

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How big is the city? How many residential sims? How big is industry?
You need thousands of industrial jobs to convert to high-density, and
probably tens of thousands of sims. Not too difficult, especially for
larger cities.

I recommend you go to simcity4.ea.com or www.sc4ever.com for tips.
February 8, 2005 9:36:32 PM

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Admiral_DanielSBen@excite.com wrote:
> How big is the city? How many residential sims? How big is industry?
> You need thousands of industrial jobs to convert to high-density, and
> probably tens of thousands of sims. Not too difficult, especially for
> larger cities.
>
> I recommend you go to simcity4.ea.com or www.sc4ever.com for tips.

Ah, thanks. City was around 8,000 or so at the time. I just went ahead
and put in some high density industrial over my medium density. It
didn't build right away. Was a small map size so I was kinda pressed
for space. City ended up not working out too well, ran out of money and
in my last attempt to mass-populate the area I got stuck with some
garbage problems. Kept different water systems for industrial,
residential/commercial but water pollution was still a big issue. Guess
I didn't keep em far enoguh a part and the waters mixed. Thx for the
input.
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February 22, 2005 2:59:26 AM

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"AJ" <lazreth@excite.com> wrote in message
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> garbage problems. Kept different water systems for industrial,
> residential/commercial but water pollution was still a big issue. Guess

I've never tried that, does it help in some way?

Mike
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April 19, 2005 12:02:21 AM

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"Mike" <mike_tlnoREMOVE@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> "AJ" <lazreth@excite.com> wrote in message
> news:1107916592.684787.276140@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...
>> garbage problems. Kept different water systems for industrial,
>> residential/commercial but water pollution was still a big issue. Guess
>
> I've never tried that, does it help in some way?
>
> Mike
>

I don't think so. You can get a neighbor tile going and import water.
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