Postal workers call for end to delivery after dark


Communities and Postal Workers United Press Release: “Postal workers and our communities are angered and outraged at this senseless, unnecessary death,” declared Jamie Partridge, spokesperson for Communities and Postal Workers United (CPWU), a national network of activists fighting to save the postal service.  The next delivery day after the attack on Barnette, every letter carrier in the DC area was again delivering after dark.

 “We call on USPS management to end delivery after dark, to fully staff letter carrier and clerk positions to allow early start and end times for letter carriers, to adjust overburdened routes to eight hours, and restore mail processing capacity,” said Partridge.  Read more.