Got cut off at the intersection crosswalk Halemaumau St. by mail truck about 9.30 am Kalanianaole Hwy.I was riding bike going west on the bike lane.driver paused seen me then made the right turn in front of me anyway..She was a asian driver .Postal truck # 8211217...What her problem ....had to brake then steer towards the rear of her truck so not to hit the truck .....Bikers be careful even when having green light.!!!!!!!
Had an issue with our mail being redirected to our neighbor. There was a misunderstanding which was not the fault of the post man, Matter has been resolved today 12/8 at 10am. Mahalo Nui Loa to the hard working and friendly postman in our area,
there was a beautiful dark rose colored bouganvillea bush at the entrance of the HK station, the only beautiful thing when you first enter the rampant weeded parking lot, & yet the yard guy chopped the only inviting flower plant down, probably poisoned it so it won't grow back amongst all the horrible display of WEEDS galore?? now who does an assinine thing like that. what a lame thing to do. can't even manicure the rest of the yard area, gotta destroy the only wonderful thing to see. geez???
For the second time this past month, the postalcarrier has delivered old Midweek publications! The accompanying Midweek cards are current, but the Midweek publication is last week's publication. Can the postal carrier at least LOOK at the publication date to ensure that it is this week's publication! And so where are this week's Midweek publications, did it just get dumped? Will I receive a current publication?
While the postal carrier was on vacation our mail delivery was made at approximately 2pm. Now that she is back, (yesterday, Nov15th) I saw the mail truck zoom pass my house (5507 Haleola Street) at 9am; however, we did not get delivery until 6pm (per her usual delivery time.) WHAT/WHY is this? it is torture!
I have spoken once before with the station manager, with no change in her method of delivery (way pass the expected time, by 4:30pm, at least.) I see the truck sitting at various places in the valley. What is she doing? praying?
Even on her day off, the substitute mail carrier manages to get the mail around 2pm. This tells me something is very wrong with the route/delivery Amy uses. Can't wait for her to retire! Furthermore she is not the friendliest (can't even say 'hello' or go-to-hxx.'
As a long time resident of Hawaii, and daily user of the USPS, I just want to let our local USPS workers know how much they are appreciated. Now they find themselves hard pressed to do their jobs with the recent changes in funding and management. Our household has always valued our carriers (Sandra currently) who are always prompt, professional and caring (often going out of their way). We are opposed to these recent changes in the USPS, and will do our part to prevent this from happening again. We are with you!