York City Council

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York City Council
Logo of York City Council
General
Owner York City Council
Country Flag-United Kingdom.jpg United Kingdom
Headquarters Yorkshire & Humberside
Founded January 2009
Founders IndieKid, Iain Keers


York City Council (YCC) was a policy proposed by Congressman IndieKid in January 2009 to integrate new players into the governance of the region. The Council run low-level features locally to encourage forum membership and political activity through a mixture of powers and incentives.

History

YCC was founded and run by key local figures IndieKid and Count Drakula. IndieKid and Iain Keers funded the founding and running of the org using their congressman funds. Throughout January-February the council distributed £400 in food and prizes to local citizens. In early March Congress voted to suspend unnecessary luxuries in an attempt to bail out the failing economy.

Positions

York City Council contained a number of positions, appointed by the sitting congressmen in the region.

Councillor of Health

Worked with Y&H NHS director IndieKid to provide food to younger citizens who show strong activity in-game as an incentive to join the forums.

Councillor of Transport

Worked with the Ministry of Migration and Support to move citizens from more crowded regions to Yorkshire & Humberside.

Councillor of Entertainment

Responsible for running competitions within and around Y&H, quiz teams from other districts, setting up quizzes between members on the Y&H forums to encourage activity and running competitions such as logo design, mottos and slogans for Y&H as well as maybe art and writing competitions.

Councillor of Public Relations

Sending messages to new members and directing them towards the forums. Writing newspaper articles encouraging members to sign up to the regional forums.