Postal News Roundup
Anti-Union Washington Post Praises PMG’s Attack
Yet again, the Washington Post - owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos - has published an editorial that blames postal unions and mailers for management’s failures.
The Hill: Goldway: Postal Service Cuts Ill-Considered
“This latest round of operational cuts, however, threatens the very integrity and concept of Universal Service -- the Postal Service’s primary obligation under the law,” Postal Regulatory Commissioner Ruth Goldway wrote in a column for The Hill, a publication widely-read by members of Congress.
The Press Democrat: New US Postal Service Standards to Add Delivery Time to Mail
If plant consolidation is carried out, “Our entire community will lose business opportunities associated with e-commerce, which relies on the speedy delivery of goods ordered online,” Valerie Schropp, vice president of the Redwood Empire Area Local, told the paper.