Write a letter neighbor restaurant owner to reduce noise. Introduce yourself What is your reason What will you do if the issue persists

Dear Sir, I am Jhon Doe, living next to your restaurant,
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I am reading for my master's degree. I recently moved to
apartment since it is close to the university. Unfortunately, I have noticed that there is a huge noise from your place for a couple of weeks. I am aware that the noise is obvious in a restaurant but the thing is that it was perfectly normal two to three weeks ago. But suddenly it has increased by a considerable amount. These days I am studying for my
exams and that has become a big issue since I am unable to focus on my studies properly.
, a large number of students are living nearby and they are suffering from the same issue. I would suggest that please try to control the noise in an acceptable way,
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not only I but
other students will raise
concern to you. I hope you will understand the situation or
personally I and my friends have to complain about the matter to the authorities. Appreciate it if you could pay attention and do the necessities. Thank you. Yours faithfully,
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