A tiny, fictional California city, with no sense of identifiable qualities or features, set on the sprawling edges of Los Angeles County. Vinci is an industrial money making machine built and shared by mutual parties. Massive cases of land-grabbing, countless acts of extortion, heavenly salary hikes for Vinci City Council authorities and dubious police interferences has put heat on the city. Although 70,000 people work in the city, only 95 people live there. Vinci started out as a vice haven in the early 1900s. It went industrial in the 1920s and the residents were pushed out from manufacturing zones. The city is the worst air polluter in California, annually emitting or processing 27 million pounds of toxic waste. California Central Rail Corridor - a $68bn central high-speed railroad is the talk of the town but it get scandalous with the advent of Los Angeles Times leading an eight part investigative series labeling the city as "the most corrupt district in LA County" in its Tuesday edition on 27th November 2015.
Current Vinci city mayor is Tony Chessani.
Landscape & GeographyEdit
Vernon is an establishment of transmission lines, power plants, sweatshops, meatpacking warehouses, refineries and vast freeways adjoined with spreads of housing establishments.