Community fights to save post office
This tight knit community of just a few hundred people has so far fought an attempt by the U.S. Postal Service to close its office.
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#1 Dec 31, 2011
Maybe that post office wouldn't be in danger if the Post office officials had listened to the complaints of the residents over the girl (carla?)who used to work there and wouldn't open on time, refused to give receipts, lost checks, pocketed cash, was high on the job and did everything possible to not do a damn thing for any customer. She just flat out refused to do anything for anyone. Told them to go to Lettsworth or Batchelor if they wanted something done.
They finally got rid of her and she had the books so screwed up that people with PO boxes there,(that they had paid for) had to prove they paid because she didn't record their payments. So some people had to pay again if they didn't have a cancelled check as proof. If you paid cash, you were SOL because she refused to give receipts.
Why she wasn't charged with a crime is a mystery to me. Obviously money and checks were mishandled.
The last time I saw her she was drinking and it was only 9 in the morning and she was already incoherent.
Good riddance to the worst postal employee EVER!
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