NAPS urges PRC to open inquiry into expected slowdown of nation’s mail


The National Association of Postal Supervisors has requested the Postal Regulatory Commission to assess the impact of the Postal Service’s planned consolidation of 82 mail processing facilities, slated to begin in January 2015. The consolidations are expected to slow down delivery of much of the nation’s mail, especially in rural and small town America, and virtually eliminate overnight singlepiece First Class mail service.  Read more.