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At N.J. post office, Christmas mail delivery booms during holiday rush - Comments (Count)
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USPS Processes 640 MILLION deliveries on busiest day of the year - Comments (Count)
Carper's office disputes report he tried to attach postal overhaul to budget bill - Comments (Count)
Postal worker fails to deliver more than 2,500 pieces of mail - Comments (Count)
Ex-postal worker sentenced in $1 million tax fraud scheme - Comments (Count)
Evansville USPS Processing and Distribution Plant Busiest Ever - Comments (Count)
Lacking Quorum, Postal Board Creates Emergency Committee - Comments (Count)
APWU: The Case for Postal Banking - Comments (Count)
Linns: USPS inspector general questions Sunday delivery program - Comments (Count)
VIDEO: Taxpayers Protection Alliance Urges USPS to Stick to Delivering Letters - Comments (Count)
USPS Halts Mail Delivery to Garden City Home for Weeks - Comments (Count)
NALC Expects Huge Fights With Congress Over Saturday Delivery and Renewed Attempts to Cut Pay, Pensions and Benefits in 2015 (PDF) - Comments (Count)
How a Major Postal Overhaul Nearly Made Its Way Into the CRomnibus - Comments (Count)
'I'm just plain disgusted with the mail service': Akron woman's ashes lost in the mail - Comments (Count)
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Postal workers overwhelmed by flood of Amazon Sunday deliveries
12.17.2014 - GeekWire reports: "Jo Ann Pyle, the president of Branch 79 of NALC in Seattle, sees the problems when visiting dozens of stations around the city. "We are in favor of the Amazon delivery business and Sunday parcel delivery -- it's fabulous and we want it to continue," she said. "But we have not staffed up properly. We have some employees working seven, 14, or 21 days in a row, and sometimes 12 hours a day. Even though we want the business, that's an unacceptable way to treat employees." - Postal Workers Say They're Overworked Thanks to Delivering Your Holiday Packages on Sundays - Comments (Count)

Spending Bill Preserves Six Day, Doesn't Forbid Consolidations
12.10.2014 - reports: "The $1.01 trillion spending bill crafted by lawmakers to avoid a government shutdown keeps the rider that requires the U.S. Postal Service to deliver mail six days a week, but doesn't forbid the USPS from going ahead with plans to consolidate and/or close more processing facilities. The bill only "encourages" the USPS to complete required analysis in advance of proposed closings." - Comments (Count)
Mail Processing Consolidations Loom
12.01.2014 - NAPS reports: "Lawmakers returned to Washington on Monday for the final two weeks of the 113th Congress, with little likelihood of taking action on comprehensive postal reform legislation, but with the possibility of ordering the Postal Service to delay the consolidation of the 82 mail processing facilities slated to begin in January 2015. A one-year moratorium on the mail processing facility consolidation -- backed by a bipartisan group of 178 House Members and 51 Senators -- could be added to a government funding measure being crafted his week by House and Senate appropriators." - Democrat Senators call for USPS to delay mail plant closures - NAPS urges PRC to open inquiry into expected slowdown of nation's mail - Senators Call for Delay in USPS Consolidation - Only 20 Percent of First Class Mail to Be Delivered Overnight After Phase Two - Comments (Count)
Postal Robberies Skyrocketing
11.24.2014 - 4 NBC Washington reports: "The News4 I-Team obtained a nationwide list, never before released to the public, of more than 1,600 violent crimes against postal employees. We found robberies increased more than 300 percent between 2010 and 2013, some involving truckjackings, kidnappings and shootings. Tom Dodge with the grassroots organization Community and Postal Workers United told us, "Unfortunately, very expensive items are going through the mail now. Cell phones, computers, tablets, jewelry." - Comments (Count)
PMG Donahoe to Retire in February
11.14.2014 - USPS reports: "The USPS Board of Governors announced today that Postmaster General and Chief Executive Officer Patrick R. Donahoe has decided to retire February 1, 2015, after 39 years with the Postal Service. At a public meeting of the Board of Governors this morning, Mickey D. Barnett, Chairman of the Board, called Donahoe a visionary leader who worked tirelessly to move the organization forward during one of its most difficult periods." - Linns: Questions About The New Postmaster General - Carper Questions Brennan's Appointment as Postmaster General - Brennan Will Be First Woman - PMG Hangs Up His Mailbag - APWU Statement - NALC Statement - Comments (Count)

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