Guam – With the uproar over incorrect mailing addresses with the United States Postal Service two months ago, Guam Officer-in-Charge Christopher Warren "deeply apologized" to the mayors this morning during their monthly meeting.
Last month, island mayors expressed their frustration with the USPS over the blunder they say the postal service created in changing the address system islandwide.
Warren apologized to the mayors "for any confusion and inconvenience it may have caused." He explained that there are many reason mail can be kicked out. Among those is technological advances made by USPS. Warren said that manual sorting stopped this past February and mail is now being sorted using computerized sorting machines.