Van Hollen Hosts Mail Delivery Community Meeting

Congressman Van Hollen’s office will be hosting a follow up community meeting with representatives from the U.S. Postal Service on Thursday, June 23 from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Westlake Post Office.   Residents are invited to attend to share their concerns regarding their mail delivery.
 
If you have any questions, or if you are not able to attend but would like to have a question asked on your behalf, please contact Melissa Joseph in Congressman Van Hollen’s office at melissa.joseph@mail.house.gov or at (202) 594-6502.

1 Comments on “Van Hollen Hosts Mail Delivery Community Meeting”

  1. I plan to attend the June 23 meeting. I want to make sure the following questions are presented. (I do not living in Rollingwood, but your site came up when I tried to reach Rep. Van Hollen’s office):

    What is USPS doing about frequent mis-delivery? Several times each week we receive mail intended for people in completely different neighborhoods (in addition to several items that are addressed to immediate neighbors on our street).

    Is anyone paying attention to “Hold Mail” requests for vacation? Luckily my neighbor emptied my mailbox at least twice during a recent week when we were away… and his collection (which he gave to me upon my return) included the yellow “hold mail” card which specified to restart delivery on a date later in the week when he delivered. This pattern of ignoring “hold mail” requests is frequent.

    What is USPS doing about days when we receive 2 or 3 items followed by a load of 15 to 20 pieces the following day? (Vacation for the primary carrier)?

    Thanks for minimizing the 6 or 7 pm deliveries, but what does that late time happen occasionally?

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