Washington, D.C. –– U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff is working to improve mail delivery times in Albany, today securing a commitment from the nominee to be Commissioner of the Postal Regulatory Commission to investigate mail delays in the South Georgia.
Sen. Ossoff continues to press Biden Administration officials to solve mail delivery delays in Georgia. In April, he secured commitments from three USPS Board of Governors nominees to work with him to ensure timely delivery of mail across the state.
Please find a transcript of the exchange below:
SEN. OSSOFF: “I’ve heard, Mr. Kubayanda, I’ve heard, in particular from constituents in Columbus, Georgia, in Macon, Georgia, and in Albany, Georgia, about mail delays, will you please commit to working with my office and being available to communicate with local leaders in Columbus, Macon and Albany, to get to the bottom of those delays and accelerate mail delivery, ensure timely mail delivery for folks in Columbus, Macon and Albany?”
MICHAEL KUBAYANDA: “Absolutely. I will commit to that, Senator.”
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