Tuesday, May 12

  • upset

    A start to a typical day in Hebron, Oh, and carried a return to the post office. I stood at the counter for about 45 seconds a took in the sights before I rang the bell for service. What I saw bothered me. Again nobody around, about 6 or 7 stamps laying within arms reach. A USPS flat rate box addressed sitting on the edge of the counter even closer, and a smaller brown box also addressed sitting on the counter next to the station I was standing at, again within arms reach. Now I’m not one to take something that doesn’t belong to me, but with all the banter about homeland security, and not to mention the safety of anything I’m sending via USPS, I was in awe. So I ring the bell and the gentleman comes around the corner and says…
    Oh a prepaid, just set it there and we will get it. Maybe I should change offices I do business at. 8 years here and never an issue or reason to complain until now.

  • justice for all

    Anybody have info on Anthony Hernandez-Postmaster Pomona PO in CA being indicted on federal charges?

  • postalnews

    test

  • quest

    I have a question about the use if personal small fans while working in Postal Buildings. Is there some rule across the country saying that NO Postal facility is allowed to use them? I work out of Curseen Morris (JCTM) used to be named Brentwood P&DC before anthrax came along, well that was 2001 the building is suppose to be clean now and most worker’s use a small fan do to improper air circulation in this facility. The new Plant manager who was sent from Baltimore because he got in trouble doesn’t want any fans used anymore and we’re pissed. So does anyone have any suggestions on how we should proceed and we haven’t been given a reason for this that has nothing to do with nothing decision on management’s part.