Management is planning to make permanent delays to our mail delivery and it’s up to us to stop it.
As postal workers, we know better than anyone how postal customers depend on fast and reliable service. Will you send a message to the USPS and Postal Regulatory Commission and tell them to stop the mail slowdown?
As part of the USPS 10-Year Plan, postal managers are attempting to change our public Post Office’s first class delivery goals. They want to shift on-time mail delivery from 1-3 days to up-to five days for first class mail and end-to-end periodicals.
This would mean more delays for every single one of us who relies on prompt service from the people’s Postal Service. It would risk driving more customers away.
We have just a short time to stop this from happening.
The Postal Regulatory Commission will soon issue an advisory opinion on the delays. We want to make sure that the commissioners know the public is against delaying our mail.
Together, we can stop these delays. Will you make your voice heard? Submit your comments to the USPS rule making and the PRC here.
In union solidarity,
The American Postal Workers Union