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5 thoughts on “USPS Halts Feasibility Studies as It Forges Ahead with Consolidation Plans”

  1. This man is out of control, of course the USPS is going to stream line the mail, not hard to do when you don’t have any mail to sort.

  2. Remember,USPS is run by more than Dejoy. The USPS Board of Governors must approve these major changes as well all the price changes.

    1. I’ve only seen the board deny one approval in 6 yrs and that was when they raised the 1st class stamp too much and lowered until the next year. Yes the board approves it but I don’t think they know what their doing, surely doesn’t care about hurting small businesses.

  3. “they do know what they are doing”…i’d think we’d all be hard pressed to find more than a handful of people
    (excluding those on the board) that think the USPS has actually improved in any aspect the past few years….talking CSR, friendliness (laugh but its a huge part), simplification, accuracy, convenience and on-time delivery…..not even talking prices, here.

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