Postal News Roundup
Rep. Chris Van Hollen asks postmaster general for investigation into late and incorrect deliveries
Van Hollen asked Brennan “to investigate the reason for this level of unacceptable service and take the necessary measures to ensure that my constituents receive the quality of service that they desire.”
Will Federal Audit Help to Figure Out Mail Mess?
The news was welcomed by Carlton Cooper, president of the American Postal Workers Union Local 486, which represents about 300 workers in the Roanoke Valley.
Postal Service Releases Financial Report for May 2016, Shipping Services Continue to Surge
And as usual, were it not for the obligated prepayments to the Retiree Healthcare Benefit Fund (RHBF), the Postal Service would be posting a profit — nearly $1.8 billion for the first eight months of the fiscal year.
Government, online retailers prepare as Canada Post work stoppage loom
“Canada Post is demanding major concessions at a time when…they just recorded a $44 million profit for the first quarter of the year, which puts them on track to do far better than their $100 million profit last year,” says Mike Palecek, national president of CUPW.
Should the post office offer banking to survive?
A Grand Alliance to Save Our Public Postal Service, a coalition of more than 130 civil rights, environmental, faith-based and labor organizations, will hold a "field hearing" 6 p.m. Tuesday at East Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 9990 Euclid Ave.