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Dear Sir,

Poor Maintenance of Taman Jayadiri

I am writing this letter on behalf of the residents of Taman Jayadiri to complain

about the dismal conditions we have been putting up with for the past three months.

2. One of the main grouses of the residents concerns uncollected rubbish (point 1).
Initially, rubbish was collected three times a week. However, since June this year
the garbage collectors have only been coming once a week. Our litter bins are
always filled to the brim and we have no choice but to leave our bags of rubbish
next to the bins. The rotting waste causes a terrible stench (point 2). Worse
still, stray cats and dogs scatter the rubbish (point 3) while looking for food.
This is not only unpleasant but also unhealthy.

3. Most of the drains in Taman Jayadiri are clogged (point 4) with rubbish
resulting in the water becoming stagnant. It is not uncommon to see plastic bags,
bottles and dry leaves in these drains. There is an urgent need to clear these
drains as the stagnant water is an ideal breeding ground for mosquitoes (point 5).
The residents are worried as there has been a sharp increase in dengue cases (point
6) in the last two months.

4. The street lights along several roads are also not working (point 7). This has
caused several accidents at night (point 8), mostly involving motorcyclists as they
are unable to see in the dark. Unfortunately, the dark streets have also led to
another problem an increase in crime (point 9). Several residents, especially
women, have fallen victim to snatch thieves.

5. The one and only playground in our area is also not well-maintained (point 10).
The grass is overgrown (point 11) as it has not been cut for almost three months.
Besides, the playground equipment is damaged (point 12). Many of the see-saws and
swings have been spoiled by vandals.

I hope the council will look into our complaints and take prompt action to solve
our problems.

Thank you.

Yours faithfully,

RajvindGill (RAJVIND GILL)