Kathy Toler

Kathy Toler has been a postal clerk in Gresham, Oregon for 23 years. The views expressed here are her own, not her employer’s. Distributed by OtherWords.org.

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Without competition from the public Postal Service, for-profit firms would likely jack up delivery fees even higher for the 70 million people who already live in areas hit by delivery surcharges. (Photo: Shutterstock) Views
Thursday, December 13, 2018
I’m a Postal Worker. If You Get Mail in a Small Town or Suburb, Listen Up!
I’ve been a postal clerk for 23 years, serving my customers in a public post office in Gresham, Oregon. As you might imagine, with the holidays fast approaching, it’s a busy time of year for us. Every day, I help my customers mail letters, cards, and packages across town and across the county. Even...
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