I grew up in a town of 2000. I like small towns we get to know our Police and our post people. Recently I lost my key and a friend of mine has one but was out of town for weeks. I on 2 different occasions ask this newbie for my mail when he was stuffing the mail to allow me access to my mail. Over a 3 week period I asked this guy 2 times to access my mail. The second time he told me I could not do this again. This piece of crap clearly does not know who signs his checks. We want our previous mailperson back. This guy is an asshole. Give me a break I took like 60 seconds of his time and he seems to think I am subserviant to him. We want our friendly accomidating sweetheart back this guy can suck eggs
get rifd of him and remember I and we sign your paychecks....wanna bet?
There are serious problems here. For 4 months we have been having misdelivetrd mail in our neighborhood. Our mail delivery problems in Estes Park followed us all the way to Arizona.
We are paying ~$15 a week or so for priority mail forwarding. The envelope that came in the mail for this week contained five catalogs and three pieces of advertisement. Nothing else. We should have gotten a number of financial documents.
On top of that, not one of the eight pieces of mail was for us; each was for a different address! Eight pieces of mail, addressed to eight different people and street addresses.
At this point, I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. We have been to the post office in person five separate times in the last four months. Every time they promised to “talk to the appropriate person” and have suggested our mail carrier is going to be let go or transferred or a new contract given. It has no difference. It is particularly frustrating at this time, because I cannot walk down and show this pile of trash to the supervisor in person.
I even wonder if the carrier is acting in revenge for our having complained about him/her.
John Floyd, MD
Estes Park, CO 80517
I'm glad about my nice neighbors who bring me the misplaced mail about two to three times a month. Today I got the mail (invoice) from 7/1/2017 from Upper Thompson Sanitation District dropped into my neighbors box. Before it was my bank statement and before that an info from Social Security. It is embarrassing at times and I'm considering a P:O:BOX. How hard can it be to match a letter to the right box number? I used to come to the post office and complain but in the summer it is not fun to go downtown. I'm just tired of receiving and delivering misplaced mail!