Indiana Neighbors Upset That USPS Delivers Only To One Side Of Their Newly Reconstructed Street

NEW ALBANY, IN (WAVE) – It’s been years since construction first started on a major road that connects the east to the west in New Albany.

The nearly $6 million McDonald Lane project added numerous safety improvements, including uniformed mailboxes on both sides of streets.

Right now, only half of the mailboxes are being used because the United States Postal Service will only deliver to one side of the McDonald Lane.

Residents on the south side of the street said they’re still waiting on one thing.

“I would just like the mail to be delivered right here,” neighbor Morgan Clegg said. WAVE 3 News

One Response to "Indiana Neighbors Upset That USPS Delivers Only To One Side Of Their Newly Reconstructed Street"

  1. egark   September 13, 2017 at 11:26 pm

    Looks to me that the city did this without checking with the post office first. Not very smart.

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