There are big changes to leadership at the U.S. Postal Service in Maryland.
This comes after months of problems with post offices across the Baltimore region.
WBAL-TV 11 News spoke with residents Tuesday with the same mail delivery issues we’ve been hearing about for more than a year now.
They’re hopeful that a leadership shake-up will finally lead to progress.
People have waited in long lines at post offices looking for bills, prescriptions, cards and paychecks that never came or did — weeks or months later.
“No mail. Really getting a letter like a month after it was delivered. We were waiting on a check, and it took six weeks from the day it was mailed,” Parkville resident Kelly Laney said.
It is been a problem in areas across the state but Tuesday, 11 News learned of some big leadership changes within the USPS in Maryland.
The postmaster for the Baltimore region and the Maryland district manager are leaving their posts to be replaced with new management.
It comes after Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger called for an audit at six post offices in the eastern part of Baltimore County.
Source: New USPS leadership in Baltimore amid audit of 6 post offices
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