Alison Coffin’s internet bill was dated June 9. Even though it had the correct address, the Postal Service put the bill through forwarding before it reached her Brunswick home. Then it forwarded the letter a second time. Then a third.
Coffin, who finally received her bill on July 18 covered in forwarding stickers all bearing the same address, is just one of several tenants of the building at 24 Cumberland St. who have been confused and frustrated by an address change mandated by the Brunswick assessor’s office.
“I have been bombarded by tenants complaining about the change of address,” said Dawn Frash, who manages the building’s 10 units for Taggart Realty. “FedEx, the Post Office and UPS can’t seem to get it right. I just don’t know what the deal is.”