• anon

    Informed delivery tells you that a piece ran through a machine at the plant the night before. It does not tell you if your local delivery unit has enough manpower to deliver to every route. In higher cost of living areas if your carrier goes out, be it sick, vacation or jury duty that station increasingly does not have substitutes to carry the route and on many days only parcels are delivered. That is to avoid the 2020 news stories of dead baby chicks and veteran's not receiving their medications. About the only solution is the military draft and to have the Postmaster General compel people to stop what they want to do and force them to carry mail in those locations where "good postal wages and benefits" are not actually good.

    Dec 31, 2021
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