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  • saturday mail
    vette66
    Just means that Saturdays junk will come on Friday. Will it save money? May have to work overtime to deliver more mail on Friday. That would be time and a half for pay.
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  • No more Saturday1st Class Mail Deliveries (Sob, sniff, etc.)
    waltonr
    When is "first class" not first class? (Ans. When it's not a "priority".)
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  • No Saturday Mail - Good, No Wednesday Mail Too - Better!
    General Insight
    Canceling Saturday's mail service is a good start, but a more effective solution for reducing costs is to cancel Wednesday's mail service, too. Think bigger in terms of cutting costs and dramatic cost-saving results will happen.
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