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In Minneapolis, some residents say mail service is spotty, carriers decry shortage of workers - Comments (Count)
Mail carriers deal with hazardous conditions while on their routes - Comments (Count)
Postal Service Art Director Derry Noyes Turns Famous Artworks Into Stamps - Comments (Count)
Postal worker who paid back stolen money before she was caught will not go to jail - Comments (Count)
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Michigan: Postal worker accused of stealing 15,000 pieces of mail - Comments (Count)
FBI working with USPS to investigate Jussie Smollett letter - Comments (Count)
People in Alaska town desperate for mail after post office closed for two weeks with no postmaster - Comments (Count)
Postal Police Continuing to Hire - Comments (Count)
USPS OIG: How We Organize Our Work - Comments (Count)
USPS responds to pepper spraying incident - Comments (Count)
Amazon pledges 50% net-zero carbon shipments by 2030 - Comments (Count)
Supreme Court hears arguments in USPS patent case - Comments (Count)
Columbus man demands answers after silver bar lost in the mail: USPS sends check for $15 - Comments (Count)
Wrong-way driver killed in crash with Postal truck - Comments (Count)
Postal Inspectors Help Bust MDMA Lab - Comments (Count)
Kansas family outraged after mail carrier runs over dog, then drives away - Comments (Count)
Aspen's postmaster temporarily assigned to other post offices - Comments (Count)
Alabama man's patent case against the USPS goes to the Supreme Court - Comments (Count)
Mailbox vandalism has neighbors requesting permanent fix - Comments (Count)
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Postal Service Loses $1.5 Billion in Q1
2.08.2019 - reports: "The Postal Service's ongoing financial losses widened in the first quarter in which it reported a net loss of $1.5 billion, which is an approximately 178% higher loss than the same quarter last year in which it only lost $540 million. On the bright side, total revenue was $19.7 billion, up 2.9% over the same quarter last year. Marketing mail revenue increased by $218 million, and revenues from shipping and packages increased by $516 million." - USPS: $103 Million Controllable Loss - Comments (Count)
The price of 'Forever' stamps just went up
1.28.2019 - CNN reports: "It just got more expensive to send mail. The price of a "Forever" stamp has gone up a nickel -- to 55 cents. While not exorbitant, the price increase is part of the biggest price jump on stamps in the United States Postal Service history. And it's a result of the pressure the agency is facing to dig itself out of a deep financial hole." - Comments (Count)
The FSS Slows, and the Red Ink Flows
1.06.2019 - Dead Tree Edition reports: "For the third year in a row, productivity of the U.S. Postal Service's Flats Sequencing System declined in 2018 - with no end in sight to the money-losing machines' troubles. Hourly throughputs declined 5% during Fiscal Year 2018 and are 14% below where they were five years ago, the USPS reported recently in its Annual Compliance Report. Leakage - the proportion of mail that was supposed to be run on FSS machines but wasn't - rose from 20.1% to 21.9%." - Comments (Count)
APWU and USPS at Impasse on Contract
12.24.2018 - APWU reports: "The Rank and File Bargaining Advisory Committee had some serious concerns with the tentative agreement and sent it back to the APWU National leadership to reopen negotiations with management and attempt to address their concerns. We did just that in two meetings on Wednesday December 19, 2018 and follow up discussions on Thursday December 20th. However, we were unable to reach any changes or new agreements with the Postal Service. The APWU and USPS are now at "impasse." - Comments (Count)
Trump Administration Proposes Major Overhaul of USPS
12.04.2018 - Washington Examiner reports: "The Treasury Department issued a report Tuesday calling the U.S. Postal Service "unsustainable" financially and calling for extensive changes to its operations. The recommendations include eliminating certain delivery services, allowing the Postal Service to set prices without Congress' consent, and eliminating collective bargaining over wages for USPS employees. The report suggests privatizing the USPS as a possible solution." - Seeks to Remove USPS Compensation From Collective Bargaining - Could Inflame Tensions With Amazon - Postal Task Force Report - NALC Statement - APWU - Treasury Dept. Paid The MITRE Corporation $1.6 Million to Write Report? - Comments (Count)
Postal Holidays 2019
January 1 - New Year's Day (Tue)
January 21 - Martin Luther King Jr. birthday (Mon)
February 18 - Washington's Birthday (Mon)
May 27 - Memorial Day (Mon)
July 4 - Independence Day (Thu)
September 2 - Labor Day (Mon)
October 14 - Columbus Day (Mon)
November 11 - Veterans Day (Mon)
November 28 - Thanksgiving Day (Thu)
December 25 - Christmas Day (Wed)

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