Cities: Skylines

Cities: Skylines

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Lights After Dark - Privately Owned Advanced Medical Clinic
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Oct 19, 2015 @ 6:22pm
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Lights After Dark - Privately Owned Advanced Medical Clinic

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Lights After Dark - Privately Owned Advanced Medical Clinic by Populous

This Advanced Medical Clinic has the lights you have come to expect in this series; however I do not understand the expectation on Government to pay for a company's building and then continue paying the bills... How do I sign up?

Cheat? No. I thought wait a minute, why do we need dead care every 8 blocks and why is the city paying for private businesses and so I did some research (based on my area) and modeled according to what I found out.

- Lights where there should be ( removed lamp posts and clutter )
- Working employee entrances
- Privately owned
- Cost and Maintenance are the responsibility of Advanced Medical Clinic itself, just like real life
- Works without Afterdark, only the lights will be off.

Yes, absolutely, Thumbnail included for easy identification from the menu system
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Populous  [author] Apr 1, 2016 @ 7:35pm 
Waganga, thank you very much and seems we think alike....
Waganga Apr 1, 2016 @ 7:16pm 
Often have these thoughts while playing myself! Going to try this out in my game right now. :) Thanks for building!
Populous  [author] Mar 9, 2016 @ 2:41pm 
noitall1, I am not so sure I mentioned America or compared it to other places around the world. I am sure I said something like "I did research in my area" because I know of countries who do cover medical, dental and etc. In America and other countries medical is a private business and the game does not provide this asset so here it is. If you feel better about it use the stock government paid asset and no disrespect... I really loved Canada during my time of life I spent there and the people I came to know.
noitall1 Mar 9, 2016 @ 1:14pm 
The way it works in places like Canada, if you go to the hospital you don't need to pay (as much) because it is paid for by the government. This is also how it works in most of Europe. America isn't the only country.