Do we wish to be righteous again?
Everett was once a boom town who’s days have just about run out. During Crash 2.0, a major portion of land ownership records were wiped out and people are still trying to sort it out six years later. Several small corporations have tried to settle matters in court, only to bankrupt themselves over legal costs. Since most of the buildings are unoccupied, its become a boom town for Squatters, and others looking for a place to stay off the radar.
With access to Puget Sound on one side, and the Salish boarder on the other, Everett is a hub for smuggling operations. Everett’s docks are prime real estate for the criminal syndicates with all the factions trying to increase their holdings at the expense of their rivals. The Salish government has increased its patrols recently to combat several illegal boarder crossings.
Aside from a major Federated Boeing construction facility, the largest feature in the district is the Everett Naval Shipyards, the only UCAS naval facility for the Pacific Ocean, and the UCAS naval group it services.