In "plain" style,
the memo might look like the following:
you want to park your motor vehicle on campus from August
20, 2007 to August 15, 2008, you should register it with
us and display your registration decal on the right side
of your rear bumper. The registration fee is $50 for
vehicle. Unregistered vehicles parked on university property
will be subject to towing, and owners will receive a
register your vehicle, come to Room #4 in Conger Hall
August 1 and August 20, 2007. (If you have unpaid parking
tickets, you will not be able to register your vehicle
you pay them.) You will need to bring your state license
number and your operator's license number.
office is open Monday through Friday, 8-11:45 a.m, and 1-4
If you compare the memo with the original, you can see the
registration fee of fifty dollars ($50) will be required
for each motor vehicle registered with the college. The
individual faculty or staff member, or his/her spouse,
must come by the traffic office to register the motor
Registration plate number and a valid operator's license
must be provided for the registration process.
faculty or staff member with delinquent assessments for
parking violations will not be permitted to register a motor
vehicle until all assessments are paid. Failure to register
a motor vehicle that utilizes university property, owned
or leased, for parking privileges will subject the vehicle
to immediate towing.
registration is encouraged in order to prevent unnecessary
delays by registering at the last minute. This office is
open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 11:45 p.m. and
1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
What does this memo look like in a (1) plain
and personal style, (2) stuffy
style or (3) sweet style?
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