NAPUS talking to Congress and PRC about USPS post office closing plans

From the National Association of Postmasters of the United States:

NAPUS President Bob Rapoza and Director of Government Relations Bob Levi are talking with key Members of Congress and postal regulators concerning the Postal Service’s plans to amend postal regulations to streamline the Post Office closing and consolidation process. NAPUS is concerned about the impact the proposed changes would have on service to small and rural communities.

via NAPUS.

  • Ha

    Hey Bob!!!! I hope your defending and not expending the smaller offices. Everyone can kick in a little not just a certain few like the republicans agenda. Just think of the reduction in revenue going to the Postmaster organizations.

  • Ray T

    You want to get rid of supervisors? Fine. Get rid of clerks, mailhandlers and letter carriers? Fine. Get rid of Postmasters? Oh Nooooooooooooooooooo. We can’t let this happen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Ha

    Ya well. The postmasters in the smaller offices actually touch the mail, shovel the sidewalks, clean the lobby the window area, along with the restrooms, deal with the frustrations of the american people who are out of work, struggling to survive through the sky-rocketing costs for drugs and health care along with the zero percent increase in SS benefits for the elderly who have to choose between food or medication. Now tell me we don’t need these facilities around for the outlet of many frustrated Americans!!!!! NO JUSTIFICATION!!! Believe me I can add many, many more reasons why a Post Office is needed in each and every community regardless of financial stability.