As news organizations have reported, the U.S. Postal Service is in a financial crisis that necessitates the passage of comprehensive postal-reform legislation. In response to Froma Harrop’s syndicated column “Mail today, gone tomorrow,” [Opinion, May 1], one initiative that has gained attention is the efforts to sell some Post Office buildings with historic…More
Category: Postal Service
Congress needs to end this financial crisis
The Times is rightly concerned about “scant review” by the Postal Regulatory Commission [“Deliver scrutiny of the UPS-Amazon deal,” Opinion, Nov. 16].
The PRC seems reluctant to turn down any move by postal management to make deep-discount deals with big mailers, or to curb proposed reductions in service that would slow the mail and harm local newspapers and others who rely on timely mail delivery.