Meeting set on Clarendon post office
In the wake of a reported $15.9 billion loss during the 2012 fiscal year, the United States Postal Service is in the midst of making changes to its business plan.
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#1 Dec 4, 2012
The USPS and your local phone companies got in bed with your local 911 authorities and literally ripped the communications of rural America apart with the fact that they violated every rule of law in the book to set addresses that are either confusing or do not follow the laws of our country. They can only blame themselves. The first problem is that certain laws were ignored by the local 911 addressing authorities. This is a minor mistake and could have been corrected except no one seems to want to correct it. Then the USPS DECIDES THAT IT WILL ENFORCE THESE ADDRESSES AND THUS COMPOUNDING THE PROBLEM EVEN FURTHER. And then the local phone company and everyone else is being dragged into using these corrupted addresses and your local authoritie then complicates things even more by using law enforcement to enforce these addresses. Thus you have communications blackouts that affect everything you do. These people did this to us and they refuse to fix it. And then to add insult to injury some of these local 911 officials are using this situation to attack their enemies and now these communications blackouts are going to continue. The USPS SHOULD START DELIVERING THE U.S. Mail and not worry about delivering the 911 address mail. And the local phone company should use the names of the roads on their original easements instead of listening to some recently elected official and their theories. The fact that laws were brokn and people were attacked for not using these stupid addresses should have set our government into a tizzy. A bunch of undereducated people who were elected to office were allowed to un-wittingly I hope to attack our country's infrastructure and break our lines of communications in the name of a safety program that is anything but safe for the average citizen. Return to sender is the most stupidest thin that I have seen when you know specifically that the letter is being returned because it did not have the government stamped address on it. These U.S. Post Master's know that these letters are going to legal addresses that still carry the legal name of the roads instead of this crazy, phoney, and fake cr/pvt addresses assigned by some beaureacrat who just moved to the area. The hard truth is that 911 authorities in most areas were either too lazy to follow the law or simply do not understand the law. Any way you look at it the laws of our country were broken by these people in their pittiful effort to set addresses. But the second problem that really compounds this situation is that no one is correcting these bad addresses and anyone who complains is attacked is the only word to describe the actions of local officials. They commit a crime and try to cover it up by committing even more crimes. They d not eem to have been there when morals were being taught. It is not o'kay to lie. One lie will only lead to even more lies until total chaos begins. The USPS entered into this with their eyes wide open and now that no one according to the law should be able to interfere with the delivery of the U.S. Mail do you think that they will begin to unerstand hy that law was enacted. It amazes me how these young politicians keep trying to second guess laws that have been sent through the test of 200 plus years of history without failures think that they are smarter than their peers. The USPS should stop trying to correct addresses and spend their money on delivering the mail to the addresses of their customers and not these petty 911 authorities. In a free society such as ours these 911 authorities should be listening to their citizens, and not try to enforce their will over ours. If a road has a name leave it alone. It is not your place or your right to pass judgement on the history of a place but to work with it.
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