The Washington Post reports:
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy on Tuesday unveiled the largest rollback of consumer mail services in a generation, part of a 10-year plan that includes longer first-class delivery windows, reduced post office hours and higher postage prices.
DeJoy presented his long-awaited strategic vision for the U.S. Postal Service during a Tuesday webinar.
Portions of the initiative already made public have raised alarms from postal advocates, who say they could further erode agency performance. Mailing industry officials warn that substantial service cuts could drive away business and worsen its already battered finances.
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What kind of postmaster general would cut post office hours, raise prices and lengthen wait times?
Maybe the kind with an interest in promoting USPS’s private competitors…https://t.co/WoVrGDmchu
— Citizens for Ethics (@CREWcrew) March 23, 2021