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I suggest that is sufficient. It needs to be mailed overnight or certified so you can get a receipt back when it is received.
No. It is well-written and the pertinent information is stated plainly. I would leave it as it is.
As long as you have diaried or logged the incidents so you have it to refer to should it be needed, that is also beneficial.
Once you get the receipt back showing they have gotten the letter, and if she continues to harass, then you will need to go to the Magistrate in your local Court in your county and ask to file a Statement of Charges for harassment. You make the complaint and in the statement you can list all the things the neighbor has done prior to getting your letter, the date the letter was received by them and then the dates and times of the incidents as they continued after being placed on Notice.