Saturday, October 18, 2014


Ongoing Problems with the Kensington Post Office
Thursday, October 23rd, 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Heather Jane McCormick wants you to air your grievances against the Kensington Post Office. As a Community Representative to the Brooklyn Postal Service Customer Advisory Council, Heather represents and advocates for customers of the Kensington P.O., reporting our community's numerous delivery and service problems to the council.

A few years ago, Heather decided to volunteer for the Advisory Council so that the Kensington P.O.'s many dissatisfied customers would have a unified voice. She assists community members who e-mail her at kensingtonpohelp [at] aol [dot] com with detailed descriptions of the problems they've encountered, whether at home or at the post office.

Heather will be the guest speaker at the Albemarle Neighborhood Association's upcoming meeting. If you e-mail your complaints to her by Wednesday, October 22nd, she can address them at the ANA meeting on Thursday, along with complaints that get brought up that night. In your e-mail, include the date, the time, the details of the problem, and your delivery address (or state that the problem took place in the post office).

Foodtown and ANA will provide light refreshments.

All of ANA's community meetings are free and open to the public. The group, founded in 1973, meets on the third Thursday of the month from September through November and from March through June.

The current meeting location is the Flatbush Jewish Center, downstairs in the Hanid Room. The Center is at 327 E. 5th Street, at the corner of Church Avenue. Enter the building through the wheelchair-accessible entrance on the ground floor.