I feel that mail and periodicals will reach St. Thomas a little faster if the postal workers in Puerto Rico do not continually to read the magazines and if they stop trying to pry open the letters. I have sent things and letters from the states to my granddaughter in St. Thomas and it takes so long. I don't see why a Priority package has to take two weeks, or why a letter has to be open when she receives it. What are they looking for in the letter? I really feel that you guys should screen the postal workers better than you do. As for the person who received 7 notices and none belonged to her, I feel maybe the postal workers should be tested periodically. How could someone put 7 notices in the wrong place? That's just my opinion.
New York, N.Y.
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