Denver Area Postal Workers Protest As Postmaster Louis DeJoy Visits Mile High City

DENVER (CBS4) – More than a dozen workers from various post offices in the Denver metro area protested Wednesday as U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy visited the Mile High City to speak with area supervisors. A post office spokesperson says DeJoy gave a progress report on his 10-year plan, a set of goals proposed last year that has been largely opposed by local union postal employees.

The union mail carriers and handlers protesting Wednesday want DeJoy to resign, saying his policies hurt workers and customers alike.

His visit comes just a few weeks after CBS4 Investigates exposed allegations of mistreatment and mismanagement in two area post offices. Workers tell CBS4 since the story ran, there have been several corporate managers visiting those post offices to assess issues there.


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Kudos to Denver postal Employees for speaking the truth/obvious!

Why didn’t DeJoy fire every Supervisor in the area?

12 Postal Workers, wow, out of over 500,000 employees. There are always a few malcontents.

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