- Not sure
- Don't care
I believe they could stay open 2 days or maybe even 3 days a week. They never seem to talk about that. If it is so bad maybe even 1 day a week for those who are not on electonic mail.
I support suspending days open or rural delivery a couple days a week but not the CLOSING of offices ... anywhere.
Closing of local post offices would result in loss of the identity of the community affected. I do not know of any businesses delivering a product to a retail customer six days a week other than the U.S. Postal Service. I can still remember daily delivery of bread and milk in the fifties but cost of transportation has prohibited such services. Every other day delivery of mail to most customers should be adequate.
the mail will be delivered from a central officeYou can buy stamps and send mail from several retail locationsWe can make it work
Everyone here is missing the point we pay in taxes for 6 days a week, to drop down to 5 days could be acceptable but dropping to anything less than that I would think should drop there funding as a percentage of days open. The post office problem is a classic example of unions the top is making way to much money and the benefits others are getting are far out of line with the private sector just like all government jobs. If the post office cant streamline itself then the government should get out of it all together,let Fed ex run it they are profitable still which really says something about government run mail handling.