...close for redevelopment from June 30.

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Karen123456

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Malaysia English
You can drop your electronic waste at Funan DigitaLife Mall's Customer Service Counter at Level 1. But take note that the mall will close for redevelopment from June 30.

The above is from a local newspaper.

Is "from" correct? Or should it be "on"? Thanks.
 
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    If I phrased it that way – and I wouldn't – I would use "from" to indicate that it is from June 30 to some future unstated date. "On" can suggest that it would close for one day.

    Better would be: Please note that the mall will be closed for renovations beginning June 30th.
     
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