A Tale of Two Post Offices

(This article first appeared in the March-April 2015 issue of The American Postal Worker magazine.) A battle is raging for the heart and soul of the U.S. postal service. After the American Revolution, leaders of the new government realized that the...

TV News: A Good Example

The video linked below is a good example of how to spread the message that service standard changes and the closure of mail processing facilities will create hardships for individual customers and small businesses. 

Dimondstein on Joe Madison's Radio Show

APWU President Mark Dimondstein was interviewed on Joe Madison’s Urban View radio show on Jan. 9. 

New Zoning Rule Halts Post Office Sale

Management’s drive to sell historic post offices has met resistance in many communities, but none has been more creative – or relentless – than those of Berkeley, CA, where residents have fought the sale of the Main Post Office since 2012. On Sept....

New York Metro Fights ‘Relocation’ Smokescreen

An impassioned community turned out in force on Aug. 27 to a public hearing sponsored by the USPS about plans to “relocate” the College Station Post Office in Central Harlem. The message from participants was unanimous, said Flo Summergrad, a member...