Rep. Latta conducting survey about challenges with USPS delivery in NW Ohio

The representative also wrote a letter addressed to the postmaster general urging him to transfer mail processing for NW Ohio from Mich. to Ohio.

TOLEDO, Ohio — U.S. Rep. Bob Latta, R-Bowling Green, formally asked the postmaster general and USPS CEO to transfer the mail processing responsibilities for northwest Ohio from the Michigan facility in Pontiac to either the Cleveland or Columbus processing plants.

The Congressman is also asking northwest Ohioans to share their experiences regarding challenges with USPS deliveries here.


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We had cards mailed in February for Valentine’s Day tp us that we received 4 weeks and two days later. A 2 day priority package took 8 days to reach us. When tracked by postal service it was sent from they said it was stuck somewhere in Michigan. Since our mail switched to Michigan our mail has taken twice as long as it used to. Mail from two hours away in Ohio takes on average a week instead of 2 days that it used to take. I can go on for days. Please switch our mail back to Ohio!!!