Neighbors frustrated with the influx of USPS tractor trailers in their community
BRANDYWINE, Md. — A traffic nightmare ties up roads all day long for some people living in one Brandywine community, and now they’re pleading for action. After a closed warehouse reopened as a mail distribution center, neighbors are concerned for their safety in the Timothy Branch community.
On Mattawoman Drive sits the newly developed Timothy Branch community. It’s filled with new townhomes and condos and is also the home to a warehouse operated by the United States Postal Service.
“This has recently just started within the last couple of weeks and this is like outrageous,” DeMarques Coleman said.
Coleman is a first-time homeowner and he was looking forward to living in this relatively new neighborhood. Coleman said the experience has been sullied because of the noise from the semitractor-trailers coming in and out of the community.