I would like to know why we do not receive the weekly circulars from businesses like others do..It has been weeks and more weeks since we got any. I know the route is done with volunteers after their regular shift but do they not have to deliver it all. Getting mail now at almost dark and some in the dark is bad enough besides leaving it sticking out of the locked box and letting it get wet on rainy days and prescriptions done by delivery. I am sure these businesses are paying for this service and it is not getting done.If they cannot do their job properly they should find other employment.
The service at this post office is Deplorable. I have not received mail since the new idiot carrier took over the route. I have shown her the mailbox and called the Lancaster office and received no answers. Deplorable
I have placed mail (cards) in the mailbox at the VA on Kirkwood Hwy. They never reached their destination. One was a birthday card to my son, with a gift card enclosed. The other was to a friend, cards were mailed on April 18th, I did have a return address on the cards. Is there anyone that can assist me, or is it just a loss.
I am distressed by the failure of the 'mail forwarding' system in the Greenville 19807 area. We have been spending winters in FL for the last 15 years and had an excellent carrier (Paul) who had a brain! This is not neurosurgery -- forwarding first class mail should be in the realm of customer service. We had two spates of erratic service (i.e. no forwarding of first class mail) in January and March. I've spoken to Bob McD at Lancaster Avenue who indicated that he would check it out. Several neighbors in Barley Mill Courts have expressed similar concerns because of service (i.e. third class mail stuffed into mail boxes which gives notice that no one is home). Is there some more training that is necessary? I'd appreciate a response and a path forward that would give me more confidence in the USPS systems. Thanks. Marcia Raniere