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The municipal corporation in the area where you live has decided to demolish a historical building to build a shopping center. Write a letter to the mayor of the corporation. In your letter:
You have to explain why it is important to preserve the building and suggest how the building can be used to benefit the local community.
Dear Sir or Madam
I am writing to express my dissatisfaction with the municipal corporationís decision to demolish the old Hillock Fort in the Mumbai region. I have been living in this place since my childhood and that probably explains why I have developed an emotional attachment to this city and its monuments.
I admit that the fort is in a very bad condition at the moment, but it is not beyond repair. In fact, it can be restored with some effort. Of course, that would mean spending some money, but once it gets restored the fort can be used to benefit the community. For example, it can be used to house a historical museum or a library. Because of its dilapidated condition, the structure doesnít attract many visitors at the moment, but it has the potential to be a tourist attraction if it is restored.
I understand that the proposed shopping center will bring some commercial activity into the area, but I do not think that it should be done at the expense of one of the most interesting landmarks of Mumbai.
I hope the municipal corporation reconsiders its decision and find another site for building the shopping center.
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