Philadelphia post offices will undergo audit for mail delays
The USPS will investigate mail delivery and property conditions at branches in Germantown and North Philly.
The United States Postal Service will audit operations at offices in Philadelphia and Wilmington, Sen. Bob Casey said Wednesday.
Arriving just days before an election in which the delivery of mail-in ballots is a particular concern, this service audit will monitor local facilities for mail delivery, property conditions and customer service. Conducted by the USPS Office of the Inspector General, it will examine the Philadelphia Processing and Distribution Center and the Delaware Processing and Distribution Center, as well as six specific branches.
Those locations include Logan Station, North Philadelphia Station and Germantown Station in Philadelphia, along with Lancaster Avenue Station, Marshallton Branch and Edgemoor Station in Wilmington.