Today, Jan. 4, 2023, at approx. 3 pm, I parked on 22nd St., adjacent to the USPS. I noticed a used camp fire on the concrete with parts of the brick wall burnt, in the covered, closed entrance to the building, on 22nd St. I advised one of the clerks inside and we walked outside to view the noted fire damage/camp fire remnants. Beware, as the Homeless will destroy the building, via Smoke getting inside, or even fire getting inside. Tx-Art
I lost Ms. Mandy's card with her ID number listed but I'm going to tell my story anyway as I'm sure someone out there at The Broadway Post Office will know who she is. My story began two days prior to meeting Mandy, the post machine at my place of business broke down, I took my around 35 pieces or possibly more to the Land Park Post Office and was told I needed to return the following morning around 8:45am as to avoid the lines, so I reloaded all my packages back into my vehicle and drove off. The next day, so given we are all considerate of COVID19 and many work from home and take our business WebEx meetings that way I could not make that perfect time and arrived 15 minutes late, there went but 4 people behind me, Mr. Post Office Person stated he could Not help me post my mail and come back again tomorrow at 8:30 am, so again I carted my two Post Office containers back to my vehicle, extremely upset. So I sat in my vehicle and looked up another Post Office site and came up with Broadway, so there I went, got out of my vehicle but left my goods in my vehicle, waked in and this site is smaller than then the Land Park PO. I almost just turned around but I notice how sweet, kind and thoughtful this woman by the name of Mandy was to her customers, not like the gentlemen working in the next booth, people greeted him and he barely grunted back, so when I got to the front I allowed others to go ahead to the gentleman and waited for Mandy, so I didn't give her my story I just asked if she would assisted me with my possible 35 to 40 packages and she said YES I will be happy to assist you, I about fell over, ran out to my vehicle, pulled the two full containers placed them on my pulley and ran back in and she greeted me with a smile! So, thank you Ms. Mandy from The Broadway Post Office!