• anon

    Service continues to deteriorate for rural delivery as postage increases for "stamps", local post offices, close their "window" prior to scheduled time, frequent delivery to wrong address, no postmark date as businesses pre-sort and obtain permits, etc., etc. From my point of view the cost continues to shift toward the ordinary citizen living in rural areas. Perhaps more time be devoted on process improvement prior to conducting audits and "pretty reports" would identify deficiencies prior to failures. Blogs such as this reveal significant factors to be addressed.prior to implementing changes. The rural carriers's comments clearly demonstrate that "one size does not fit all" and issues that need to be addressed. Patterns & trends are evident such as increased burden with delivering packages for the Amazons of this world.

    May 03, 2022
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