This is leading to mail piling up in the mailroom, and apparently hampers efforts to deliver to everyone in an organized fashion. The mail carrier stated, when this happens they will have to declare units vacant, and return all the mail to sender. This is reportedly the case for at least a dozen units.
The mail carrier has even worked with our door staff, who’ve tried to contact and encourage these residents to pick up their mail, but often times these requests go ignored.
We don’t want anyone’s mail to be unnecessarily returned, so please make a habit of visiting your mailbox regularly. (Hopefully that will also reduce the number of time’s the carrier visits the office to scream at us angrily about it.)
If you have any feedback about USPS, or have experienced a problem with your mail delivery, we encourage you to contact them directly, just like we did this week to report the carriers unprofessional visit to our office. E-mailing from the website is the best, and believe it or not when we’ve used this contact to report problems, we sometimes hear back from the supervisor at Uptown Station……sometimes.