USPS to reverse service changes

October 15th, 2020

In yet another result of the multi-state lawsuits against the United States Post Office under control of DeJoy, there’s been a settlement agreement with Montana:

The postal service agreed to reverse all changes, which included reduced retail hours, removal of collection boxes and mail sorting machines, closure or consolidation of mail processing facilities, restriction of late or extra trips for timely mail delivery, and banning or restricting overtime.

The agreement also requires the Postal Service to prioritize election mail.

The settlement agreement was reached a day ahead of a hearing in the U.S. District Court in Great Falls. It applies to all states.

Full article here:

Postal Service agrees to reverse service changes

There were 14 states in this suit, and Minnesota was one:

Minnesota joins multistate lawsuit over postal changes

Attorney General Ellison sues Postal Service to stop dramatic changes that would undermine election, hurt Minnesotans

What are the changes they proposed and suddenly put into effect? And I’d found this, the “Expedited to Street Afternoon Sortation,” which ground so much mail to a halt. There’s probably more…

Here’s a post about it:

Contact USPS Inspector General

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