Congressman Max Miller Asks Postmaster General to Fix Parma Post Office
This week, WASHINGTON – U.S. Congressman Max Miller of Rocky River wrote a letter to Postmaster General Louis DeJoy asking that the US Postal Service fix the maintenance issues at the Parma post office at 7801 Day Drive.
Miller highlighted the building’s significant injuries, including damaged aprons, broken windows, and poor exterior lighting that generated safety concerns. Miller requested that the USPS develop and share a plan to repair the building.
“The Postal Service ensures seniors and veterans can receive lifesaving medications, connects families and loved ones, and much more,” Miller wrote. “The taxpayers of the state of Ohio deserve quality, timely service, as well as a Post Office that is safe.”
Parma Mayor Tim DeGeeter said: “City Council drafted a resolution in January requesting the U.S. Post Office branch on Day Drive make much-needed repairs. The American flag and the property are not illuminated at night, the parking lot has potholes, and the interior flooring has tripping hazards. Out of respect for our veterans and concern for our residents’ safety, we want these problems addressed. Also, it is important that our post office meets the same standards required of our local businesses.”