Postal News Recap-December 1, 2014

postalnewsrecapSenators Send Bipartisan Letter Demanding USPS postpone planned plant closings– Senators demand Postal Service delay consolidation of mail processing facilities after Inspector General’s report indicates lack of transparency, inadequate impact studies, failure to properly inform public

Mail Processing Consolidations Loom – As Congress Begins Last Days of Lame Duck Session Lawmakers returned to Washington on Monday for the final two weeks of the 113th Congress, with little likelihood of taking action on comprehensive postal reform legislation, but with the possibility of ordering the Postal Service to delay the consolidation of the 82 mail processing facilities

Senator Calls on Postmaster General to Delay Consolidation of Four Ohio Mail Facilities – “The postal service fulfills an important function in everyday life. Homebound seniors rely on USPS for delivering prescription drugs, small businesses ship products to customers around the country, rural communities stay connected through the mail, and families across the country rely on mail to manage their households,” Brown said. #usps #sherrodbrown #consolidations

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