Libby Wetherholt, chair of the Clintonville Area Commission, spoke on February 1 at 1:15 pm to Tony at the Beechwold Post Office at 614-447-0146. Libby expressed concern about late mail, no mail and postal thefts throughout the 43202 and 43214 delivery zones.
According to Tony, the best thing to do is to call the post office at 614-447-0146 and give your name and address, as well as the problem that you are having. In the case of thefts, a customer instruction card can be filled out to change where the packages should be left. Be sure to get the name of the person you speak to and keep a record of the time you called.
CAC is aware that there are many problems and that many of you have completed these steps before. So, as soon as you call the post office, please also send the same information to Libby at: libbywD3@gmail.com. Libby will begin keeping a record of complaints. If these complaints continue at the pace they seem to have lately, it may be time to get our US Senator and/or Representative involved. (Much of Clintonville does not have a rep at this time.)
Another number that can be called is the Consumer Affairs Line at 513-684-5794. That office is in Cincinnati, so its efficacy might be questionable.