Stamp Out Hunger

Now in its 27th year, the National Association of Letter Carriers’ annual food drive, Stamp Out Hunger, will take place this Saturday, May 11. Letter carriers will pick up canned goods and other non-perishable food left by customers in marked bags as part of this national effort to alleviate hunger for millions of affected Americans.

 

Tackling Delivery Delays

More packages and fewer letters to more addresses each year. That’s the daily drill for U.S. Postal Service city carriers and city carrier assistants (CCA), the non-career carriers who make up a growing segment of the workforce.

As we’ve noted in past blogs, customers are feeling negative effects of this changing mail mix. Complaints of late delivery or missed deliveries have increased in some areas.

 

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  • 1 day 19 hours ago
    I'm bothered by this because I know that a person got one of these emails that had a package at his Post Office. How would scammers know that a customer has a package? Tracking system hacked?...
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    My mail is constantly not being delivered. I will check tracking on a pkg and it will show it was received and sorted and is "out for delivery" but then it doesn't get delivered till...

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