Public Correspondence Letters
Request Letters to the Mayor for Payment
Subject: Payment of various arrears.
I have made several requests for the payment of various arrears of amounts, in your subordinate offices but to no avail. Not to talk of payment, even my original letters and reminders have not so far been acknowledged. As I have failed in my attempts I would now approach you to look into the matter and pass such orders necessary to ensure immediate payment of the arrears standing to my credit.
I regret to inform you that from 2000 onward my payments are withheld without any reason. I am enclosing a statement of account with different date’s year wise for your kind perusal.
You would agree with me that rightful and valid payments are not being disbursed to a person who has put in hard work and become entitled to the number of laborious efforts.
I feel confident that you will issue directions to the staff concerned for settlement of my dues without any further delay.
Complaint Letter about Factories near Houses
The mayor of [City name] Municipal Corporation should look into the case of the iron foundry on Link Road Which Skirts [Road Name]. This was working for several months now and has evidently been set up by or with the approval of the civic body. The people residing near it suffer enormously because of the noise of hammering and the smoke. We have lodged repeated protests with the municipal authorities, but without any notice being taken. We had thought it was the policy of the corporation and City Administration not be, permit any noxious industry in the residential sectors of the city. How is it that this one has been set up by the civic body itself? Does it not encourage others to violate the laws?
Formal Letter to Save Water
Everyone in [City Name] seems to be crying for water and cursing the City Administration for not being able to meet their needs. But has anyone ever paid any thought to his or her own contribution to the water crisis? If all of us strictly ration our water consumption to approximately 50 gallons per day per family, there should surely not be a water crisis in the city. But instead of doing this, each of us wants to maintain a garden and splash water around and still go on asking for more. At this rate, no authority will be able to assure us an adequate supply of water until it lays duplicate line for filtered and unfiltered water and unless it has unlimited resources at its disposal.