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DO YOU GET MAIL DELIVERED TO YOUR HOUSE SIX DAYS A WEEK? DO YOU GET OTHER PEOPLE'S MAIL?
In recent weeks I have received daily complaints about the postal service from area residents. Many residents have complained about lack of delivery of any mail on some days, failure to receive prescription drugs, checks or bills. Or- getting mail that should have gone to someone else. I've been receiving hundreds of complaints for at least six or seven years.
Riley Wentzler and Felicia Barber, our Assistant Town Historians, have been given a new assignment in addition to their frequent history blogs--they are going to conduct periodic surveys. Please take a minute to respond to the following questionS about your experiences with mail delivery. The survey results will be forwarded to postal service authorities.
Constituent outreach survey #2 - Regarding Postal Service
1. Do you get daily mail delivery?
Always (never a problem)
In the past week I received mail every day
In the past week mail was not delivered to my house at least one day
I frequently do not get mail delivery.
2. How often do you get mail from the post office that should have gone to someone else?
Once in the past week
at least a few times a month
3. If you get prescription drugs in the mail – does it always get to you?
To answer these questions Click Here:
DO YOU HAVE SUGGESTIONS FOR FUTURE SURVEY MONKEYS? LET US KNOW email@example.com
Of the 539 people who answered our last survey:
(WE POSTED THE 2020 SANITATION CALENDAR ON THE TOWN WEBSITE YESTERDAY)
252 or 46.75% of respondents wanted the option ,” If a holiday falls on a Monday garbage would be picked up in the south section of town on Tuesday and Thursday. In the northern section of town garbage would be picked up on Wednesday and Friday. There would be no comingled recycling
pickup only on holiday weeks.”
254 or 47.12 % of respondents wanted to “please keep sanitation schedule as is”
The remaining 33 people or 6.1% of respondents wanted to “Rotate the calendar. One year Monday pickups for the south section. Tuesday for the north section. The next year—do the opposite. This way every section of town would get the same service on alternate years” A visual representation of these results is below: