Postal workers who recall packages and letters piled up in distribution hubs a year ago are gearing up for another holiday crush. The United S…
Postal workers who recall packages and letters piled up in distribution hubs a year ago are gearing up for another holiday crush.
The new slowdowns will impact delivery times and increase pricing for delivery. Source by: Stringr
PennyGem’s Elizabeth Keatinge tells us why mail service may slow down in October.
The comments come as Democrats are at odds over how to approach DeJoy.
"I've been in postal for 35 years, I've never seen what I'm seeing."
If you're still ordering gifts for loved ones or sending items to them through the mail, you should probably do it soon.
Shoring up postal service: Voting 257-150, the House on Saturday passed a bill (HR 8015) that would prohibit the U.S. Postal Service from reducing service below levels in effect at the start of the year and require it to treat official election envelopes as first-class mail in this fall’s balloting. In addition, the bill would provide $25 billion requested by the postal service for coping with the coronavirus outbreak in the budget year starting Oct. 1. Until the pandemic has run its course, the bill would prohibit the USPS from delaying deliveries or increasing the backlog of undelivered mail; closing or consolidating any post office or reducing its business hours; denying overtime pay to USPS employees, or watering down measurements of whether service standards are being achieved.
ATLANTIC CITY — Local leaders gathered outside the U.S. Post Office on Atlantic Avenue on Thursday afternoon and urged universal support for the beleaguered Postal Service ahead of an Election Day where millions of Americans will be casting their votes by mail.
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy announced Tuesday he would “suspend” his initiatives until after the election “to avoid even the appearance of impact on election mail.”
Going maskless doesn’t make sense for this reader, either