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Slower USPS mail service to begin Friday
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Posted By: earlybird, 9/30/2021 3:28:22 PM

Post offices nationwide will begin to see some delays in mail service beginning on Friday as part of the postmaster general’s new plan to cut costs and save money. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy announced the 10-year plan in the spring, which outlined new investments in technology, training and fleets of delivery vehicles. The USPS will implement the new service standards Friday, which could lead to longer transit times for some long-distance first-class mail and first-class packages. Shorter post office hours will also affect delivery times(snip) The changes are not expected to affect better than 90% of periodicals and 60% of first-class mail, USPS spokesperson Kim Frum told NPR.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Knotwyrkin 9/30/2021 3:30:19 PM (No. 931288)
Considering 5% of the mail I get delivered is not addressed to me and has to go back through the system to be redelivered, there might be some savings to be had there.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: cny 9/30/2021 3:34:02 PM (No. 931290)
Multiple times per day we are pushed to believe the unbelievable. Worse service leads to increased efficiency. Okay.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Laotzu 9/30/2021 3:34:05 PM (No. 931291)
They don't meet standards now. If you pay for priority mail service, once they go over the deadline you start getting crazy routing information as the feed the system false information to pad their negative statistics. They are the VA of mail service. So it sounds like this would just be an admission failure to provide services paid for, and less time spent lying about it in data systems.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: pixelero 9/30/2021 3:35:35 PM (No. 931293)
Comedy gold.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: hershey 9/30/2021 3:36:24 PM (No. 931296) longer trust the post office...back during the election, three bills were lost in the mail, one birthday card with a check and another birthday card with a gift card in other piece came in an over wrapper and it was mangled. And an order from Kalifornia never came at all...checked and it was sent... I'm doing most of my bills now via bill pay off my bank account...
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Reply 6 - Posted by: TJ54 9/30/2021 3:49:33 PM (No. 931313)
Will anyone notice the difference?
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Reply 7 - Posted by: WhamDBambam 9/30/2021 3:50:42 PM (No. 931315)
It's gonna be slower?
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Surroundedbyblue 9/30/2021 3:51:46 PM (No. 931316)
. Make service less useful after having increased fees. Check! . See fewer people use services because they are less useful. Check! . Realize less revenue because people use services less. Check! . Have to cut more costs due to less revenue. Check! . Call cost cutting a success!
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Reply 9 - Posted by: cor-vet 9/30/2021 3:55:18 PM (No. 931320)
Stop Saturday delivery, charge regular mail prices for all the trash mail and let postal workers contribute to their gold plated retirement packages, like the private sector does, or mandate postal workers take obamacare!
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Reply 10 - Posted by: cjjeepercreeper 9/30/2021 3:55:19 PM (No. 931321)
Is this a joke? How on earth can it get any slower? A few weeks ago I sent a very large check via priority mail to pay off a debt. It took 6 days to go the 200 miles from Aztec to Albuquerque, and another 4 days to get to Illinois. I was told it would be there in 3-4 days. The delay cost me several hundred dollars in interest. And no one could tell me where it was for the 6 days to get to Albuquerque.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: enemyofthestate 9/30/2021 3:58:58 PM (No. 931326)
DeJoy and all other USPS officials associted with this plan should be fired immediately. No longer the United States Postal Serivice, it's now the United States Postal No-service.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: jimincalif 9/30/2021 4:09:17 PM (No. 931335)
Pretty much handle everything electronically these days. So USPS is really just delivering trash to us most of the time. At least on trash day the can is out front next to the mailbox, saves having to carry it in the house to toss.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Nimby 9/30/2021 4:11:29 PM (No. 931338)
Another government agency that could have been shut down
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Reply 14 - Posted by: DVC 9/30/2021 4:17:19 PM (No. 931344)
More cost for worse service.....yep, that's a government outfit, all right.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Jennie C. 9/30/2021 4:17:59 PM (No. 931345)
We get so little real mail anymore that I don't really care. Even most of the bills are paid automatically, so we really don't need the statements.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: sunshinehorses 9/30/2021 4:19:43 PM (No. 931347)
I don't know how it could get much slower. We had a padded envelope sent to us from within the state of Iowa. The distance was about 150 miles and it took 4 days to get to us. Priority mail is no longer guaranteed either.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: bad-hair 9/30/2021 4:29:42 PM (No. 931359)
Meanwhile amazon and UPS gets my stuff here tomorrow or later today. Are they just faster or smarter.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: envirodude 9/30/2021 4:54:23 PM (No. 931379)
Because charging Amazon for Sunday delivery is out of the question.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Bur Oak 9/30/2021 5:10:49 PM (No. 931392)
I will be getting my junk mail a week later. I'm so disappointed.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: zephyrgirl 9/30/2021 5:18:43 PM (No. 931396)
An insurance reimbursement check took two weeks to get to us. A birthday card from a friend took several weeks to get to me, and it was pretty mangled when it arrived - like it had been run over by a truck.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: clipped wings 9/30/2021 5:24:44 PM (No. 931402)
The USPS can’t/won’t deliver mail on time, but it can snoop on citizens’ social media activities.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: downnout 9/30/2021 5:24:55 PM (No. 931403)
We live on the east coast of Florida, about 100 miles from Orlando. If I send a card to anyone in our town it has to go through Orlando…..then comes back here. Sigh…
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Reply 23 - Posted by: paral04 9/30/2021 5:32:19 PM (No. 931410)
Quit giving sweetheart deals to Amazon and junk mailers. Put employees on 401K plans like the rest of us.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: DVC 9/30/2021 6:12:25 PM (No. 931426)
#10, with that much at stake, FedEx overnight looks cheap.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Starboard_side 9/30/2021 6:16:49 PM (No. 931429)
Most of what I get is tossed in my recycling bin. Zero need for Saturday delivery service Should have been prime driver for electric vehicles since most of the delivery trucks travel very short distances, and they could install charging station at each post office - less fuel used(cost savings), and would benefit the environment. Bet they don't skimp on their investigative department which seems to be a tool used by government departments now. Remember, all that vote by mail, makes it a FEDERAL crime to tamper with any ballots.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: anniebc 9/30/2021 6:55:05 PM (No. 931468)
Mail should be delivered once per week and the workforce should be tripled. I mean it should be decreased two thirds, but in today's world, reducing delivery to once per week means the postoffice needs more staff for the reduction.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: mc squared 9/30/2021 6:56:38 PM (No. 931471)
Regular 1st class postage for crap mail !
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Reply 28 - Posted by: john56 9/30/2021 7:29:20 PM (No. 931495)
Reagan had a great idea for the postal service. Require paychecks for all employees must be mailed to their homes.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: rochow 9/30/2021 7:36:15 PM (No. 931504)
Start by laying off this 'postmaster". He is an idiot!
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Reply 30 - Posted by: Faithfully 9/30/2021 7:54:56 PM (No. 931525)
I always pay extra for that plastic envelope when sending B'day cards with enclosed money. Somehow, the bright colored envelopes never make it to the intended.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: Venturer 9/30/2021 8:13:25 PM (No. 931545)
Gee sus if it gets much slower the delivery girl will have time to grow a beard. Took me a month and a half to get back the receipt from a certified letter I sent that cost me $10,dollars
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Reply 32 - Posted by: Come And Take It 9/30/2021 8:14:37 PM (No. 931548)
LMAO. Slower? Their service couldn't GET any slower than it is now.
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Reply 33 - Posted by: Blue Hen1 9/30/2021 8:31:50 PM (No. 931564)
Hope this means I’ll stop getting other peoples mail
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Reply 34 - Posted by: qr4j 9/30/2021 8:37:34 PM (No. 931565)
The mail carrier (formerly known as a mail man) broke the door on our mailbox. We had no recourse. We had to buy a new mailbox or deal with one whose door kept falling off. The guy jammed a box into the mailbox and broke the hinge in the process. The box was too big for the mailbox. And the mail carrier was too lazy to take it to the front porch.
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Reply 35 - Posted by: snakeoil 9/30/2021 8:52:40 PM (No. 931578)
Will continue to send Christmas Cards. It's one tradition I can't give up. Nothing is as tacky as an electronic card. I wish the Post Office would have a training session on how to close the lid on a mailbox. I hate finding mine open.
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Reply 36 - Posted by: Bazi 9/30/2021 10:22:33 PM (No. 931629)
They don't have time to deliver the mail because they are too busy spying on those of us who are not commies. The program is called iCop.
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Reply 37 - Posted by: mifla 10/1/2021 4:28:28 AM (No. 931749)
Our subdivision and the surrounding areas are currently experiencing poor mail delivery. Packages/mail go to wrong addresses, going days without anything delivered to a house mailbox, and mail piling up at the local post office. When asked, the manager of the local post office simply shrugged and said that they were greatly understaffed.
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