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Introduction Pleasantville was built in 1955 At that time it was looked at as a great city with unlimited amounts of potential A School was opened along with a church a city hall a few shops and many houses Pleasantville filled up very quickly and became a comfortable home to 127 people The citizens started a new life there together The shops were always full of people shopping eating and just hanging out Unfortunately Pleasantville has not changed in the least in the past 45 years Everything is still the way it was the day that it was built The same people are living in the same houses wearing the same clothes and eating in the same restaurants as they did in 1955 The purpose of this report is to inform you of the situation in Pleasantville and to encourage you to do something about it I have enclosed a recommendation in the report on how to improve the city This report covers the different problems that have happened over the past few years the ongoing problems and other issues that should be dealt with involving Pleasantville Over the past two weeks I have done a great amount of research by studying the community and the city I gave out questionnaires to the citizens I took surveys and I interviewed many of the role models in our community It is important that you read this report and bring it up at the next council meeting so that Pleasantville can be on its way to be the city that it should be I am confident that you will agree with the contents of the report and will be eager to follow my recommendation Problems in Pleasantville Although Pleasantville was a booming city in 1955 when it first started out presently it is not doing as well The city has not grown since the day
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