Mail processing in Georgia improving but delays continue


Mail processing at the United States Postal Service’s (USPS) regional facility in Palmetto is getting better, but Georgians are continuing to suffer delays sending and receiving mail.

That was the upshot of an exchange Monday between Postmaster General Louis DeJoy and U.S. Sen. Jon Ossoff, D-Ga.

In response to an update Ossoff requested last week, DeJoy reported that 64.5% of first-class mail between May 18 and May 24 was delivered on time, up from a mid-March low of just 35.8%. In addition, 82.9% of first-class mail during that period was delivered within one day of on time, DeJoy wrote in a letter to Ossoff.

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