Maryland constituents report having received no mail service in past 10 days, affecting prescription medication delivery, social security checks, veterans benefits and time-sensitive correspondence
WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski (D-Md.) today announced that she has called on U.S. Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe to immediately resume without delay mail service for Marylanders across the state who have been subjected to lengthy delivery delays.
“I have been contacted by numerous constituents from Pasadena, Windsor Mill and Perry Hall who report they have not received mail since February 11, 2014. It is also reported that mail carriers in the Baltimore area are forbidden to sort and file certain classes of mail. This is a very serious issue. I am requesting that mail service resume immediately without delay,” Senator Mikulski wrote.
Marylanders who have contacted the Senator’s office report that they have been without mail pickup or delivery, some since February 11th. This impacts everything from prescription medication delivery, social security checks, veterans benefits and time-sensitive correspondence.
Senator Mikulski’s letter to Postmaster General Donahoe follows:
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