MILWAUKEE – Congresswoman Moore sent a letter to Eddie Masangcay, District Manager of Lakeland District’s U.S. Postal Service and Kristin Seaver, Chief Retail and Delivery Officer and Executive Vice President of the United States Postal Service, calling for answers, transparency, and an urgent solution to reports of delayed mail delivery in Wisconsin’s Fourth. In response, she released the following statement:
“My constituents, along with millions around the country, rely on the Postal Service for timely and secure mail delivery to receive important medication, paychecks, and bills. I have received numerous calls to my office from constituents who are facing troubling issues, like late paychecks because of mail delays.
Despite the heroic efforts of frontline postal employees, some of whom are out delivering mail as late as 8 pm according to my constituents, these delays are not getting better.
Americans must be able to trust this essential service to deliver the items they need to stay healthy and secure. That’s why I raised my concerns about the reported delays in mail delivery and called on USPS leadership to take steps now to address this harmful issue, including holding a town hall with my constituents to discuss this matter.”