SF Attorney Threatens Lawsuit Against USPS

April 16, 2009 San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera today sent a formal letter of demand to the U.S. Attorney’s office outlining his intent to file suit against the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) “for unconstitutionally depriving tenants of single room occupancy hotels, equal and adequate mail delivery in San Francisco.” Read more

Organizational Changes and VERA Timeline Updated

    April 7, 2009 USPS has released an updated timetable for employees affected by the recently announced staffing reductions and district closings and for those who are considering the Postal Service’s voluntary early retirement (VER) offer. The Postal Service has begun mailing notification to all VER-eligible employees. You should note that the VER application […]

The folks at DO NOT MAIL say…

The folks at DO NOT MAIL say… that USPS is saying “Our complete failure of a business plan must be protected at all costs.” What do you think? Also this site says “Digital age, economic woes: can the post office survive?”

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