A couple of days ago i was sitting in front of my home on Cottonwood Street when two mail carrier vehicles came roaring down my street to continue their VERY rapid driving down Cascada. I was shocked at how fast they were driving. It was 2 young women I do not recall seeing in my neighborhood before. I was upset because there are at LEAST 10 elementary school age and younger children living right there in that corner area. A few minutes later i saw them coming back at what looked like even faster speed. I jumped up and started waving my arm to stop them to tell them they MUST drive more carefully in residential areas. They were going SO fast neither one even saw me standing in my driveway waving my arms frantically to get their attention. They just whizzed by and continued south on Cottonwood. Isn't it something you insist from your mail carriers--to drive safely? I almost didn't write this--but I have been "simmering" with rage since it happened. PLEASE remind your drivers to BE CAREFUL. This is NOT a speedway and little children (and older folks like I am --almost 80!) could be injured or killed. Nothing could have been so urgent for them to race down the street that fast.
This has got to be the worse Postal Service Annex ever! Undelivered mail due to laziness and wrong mail on a daily from the carrier. You try and call and all it does is ring. Go down there to talk to a supervisor and the man never comes out to talk to you nor does he call you when you leave your name and number. 5 people today complaining about the same issues. Time for Consumer Affairs to investigate and clean house and get people in that Postal Annex that appreciate a job and does it well. Murrieta Resident dissatisfied.