The local Council in your city has no funds for repairs and maintanenance of old buildings. It has decided to demolish a historical building to build a software company. Write a letter to the head of Council. In your letter: explain why the building is important suggest how the building can be used to benefit the local community suggest a solution to finance the repairs.

Dear Sir, I am writing
this
letter in connection with the news of demolishing an old historical building in the city. As
this
monument is too pristine and has a past history which makes it an important and famous building.
Also
, Its presence helps a lot of passengers to know about the heroic achievement of the emperor who was born at
this
place. It is believed by various experts that it should not be demolished because it can be used to benefit the local community.
Firstly
, It can attract myriad tourists which will increase the revenue of the government, if it is renovated.
Secondly
, It can provide knowledge to the local community as well. In order to meet the financial needs, higher authorities can ask for donations from the common masses which can be a huge source of funds.
In addition
to it, repairs can be done with the help of funding through loans provided by financial institutions. I hope you will take
this
into consideration in order to serve people in a better way. Thanks. Yours Faithfully, Kuljeet Kaur.
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