Friday, May 11, 2012

NATO to Disrupt Mail Service in the Sloop

We imagine that we're going to be hearing more and more stories like this.  We probably won't be able to post them all, but we will try.  This one is from the Sun-Times about mail issues:
Residents and businesses in the South Loop received flyers Wednesday warning of possible delays in receiving mail and of encountering sealed or missing postal boxes starting Monday through May 22 because of the NATO Summit and the traffic tie-ups it is expected to cause. 
The flier warns of “some modest service impacts” for mail to the 606 zip codes, but doesn’t specify further.

People and businesses with post-office boxes at Postal Service sites may experience mail delays, too, and businesses are told to make sure their employees picking up mail at those facilities have valid ID and a document with the company’s letterhead authorizing the pickup. 
The height of any interruptions is expected May 18-22, and questions are referred to

1 comment:

Chris said...

In my building one of the suggestions is to carry a piece of mail with our name and address on us in order to get in the nieghborhood or building. Cant imagine we are actually going to be stopped and asked for ID as we pull into our buildings.