The Postal Service says it will fix Philly’s mail problems in response to audit
The U.S. Postal Service committed to fixing delays in mail delivery and other problems identified in a recent audit of service in Philadelphia and Delaware, Sen. Bob Casey and Rep. Dwight Evans said Tuesday.
The audit was conducted by the USPS’s Office of Inspector General starting in October at the request of Casey and Evans following long-standing complaints from constituents about mail delays.
The 23-page audit report, dated Feb. 15, focused on the Germantown, Logan, and North Philadelphia stations in Philadelphia, as well as three stations in Delaware. Problems with delayed mail and other Postal Service deficiencies were found at all the stations, the audit report said.
The USPS agreed with the audit’s findings and committed to fixing the problems by the end of March.