To the editor — I do not know about the rest of you, but the vast majority of my everyday mailbox delivery is generally filled with unsolicited and undesirable junk mail of some kind. Now the post workplace says it will not be in a position to deal with all the upcoming “actual” mail you know, like ballots, cards, packages, drugs, on the net purchases, letters, bills and points we genuinely require.
I propose a basic answer. Productive Oct. 1, the USPS need to be ordered to quit its receipt and delivery of all junk mail via Nov. 15 so that any election cycle supplies can be processed correctly. Given that it will prove effective, they repeat this method on Dec. 1 via the Christmas season and any unprocessed junk mail can be recycled to prevent our landfills, like we routinely do ongoing.
This will reduce down on present overtime and late delivery troubles the Postal Service is experiencing, and right after a couple of months without having junk mail, there will be no mass uprising or protests from we the men and women!