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Postmaster: No Complaints Yet on Saturday Proposal

February 7, 2013

WHEELING — Randy Link, postmaster at the main Wheeling post office on Chapline Street, said he has not yet received any customer feedback regarding the U.S....

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Feb-07-13 9:00 AM

Wow NR. Seems the only person you allow to be called names is POTUS.

Ever hear of email? Replaced snail mail in the business world a long time ago.

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Feb-07-13 8:33 AM

Great. I work 45 minutes from town, 7:30AM to 4:30PM M-F. Will I have to take leave time to sign for a package? Ridiculous.

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Feb-07-13 7:29 AM

This is bullcrap these govt. employees getting more time off. What needs to happen is they need to be made to do more work not less. There used to be two mail deliveries a day. Why give them Saturdays off when they should be delivering mail on Saturday as well as Sunday! Just more cushy Govt jobs doing less.

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Feb-07-13 12:50 AM

also feel a person calluing you should have taht portion of your phone cost charged to them. The phone is for my use, not theirs. I will call them if I want to communucate with them.

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Feb-07-13 12:49 AM

letter carriers are people too. they get tired and burned out. Imagine everyday being told you are likely to lose your job and you don't measure up to a brown truck. The mial on Fri morning that sometimes got delivered sat, will be left in the sorting case for monday.We should be permitted to order the postal service nopt to bring advertisment to our address.

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