The Honorable future president
1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW,
Washington, DC 20500
RE: A safer place for our future generations.
Dear next president,
I am a resident of sunny isles beach and I’m writing you these letter because there is a lack of future vision to what is going to happen to the buildings and the entire community of sunny isles in a few years.
I am proposing that there should not be any more new big buildings in sunny isles. People don’t realize these, but sunny isles is actually a small community that is on a small island. It is full of huge heavy buildings which accumulate weight on the entire island. I’m concern because even if is a small place, It already holds more people and more weight than many larger communities. The weight of the entire community is sometimes even double, in size of population and weight of architecture than many larger communities.
As a young concern citizen I agree that huge new buildings bring more wealth and more money to the community. But we are in a point that our community is more important than any economical resource. So I believe the best way to prevent a possible sinking of the island. Is to pass a law that prohibits any new huge construction in the community of sunny isles. These way our future generations would actually have a chance to leave on a flouting island, rather than one under water.
I greatly believe that if we act right now in the long run, the community of sunny isles will benefit a lot. Because even if the community already has too much people and too much weight on the community. In the future it would be able to support many new families because it would still be there, so they would have a place to leave in. I am concern because if there is not a change, it is very possible than in a couple of years after many new constructions are made. And many new people come to the island. That the island will actually sink because there is too much weight on its surface. I know that I for one, speaking as a concerned citizen. I would consider these theory and take action.
Thank you for considering this matter. Sincerely,
Juan Jose Bustos