U.S. Postal Service Denies Mail Slowdown In Virginia

You might recall the news in June about U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine’s efforts to get some answers about the desultory mail-delivery situation in Virginia.

His May 26 letter to the Postal Service’s government liaison cited complaints fielded from constituents from Southwest Virginia, the Richmond area, Arlington and other locations.

One question regarded a company in Henrico County that received no mail for two solid weeks. Another concerned the town of Chilhowie, where in December, nearly all the town’s 2,500 monthly water bills got lost in the mail. (The same happened in February to a private water company that serves rural areas outside Marion.)

Read the full article here.

Dan Casey