Take a chance to read Congressman McEachin’s update on the mail issues affecting our area. A town hall is to follow for you to voice your concerns directly.
Dear Church Hill Residents,
I wanted to personally provide you with an update about the recent steps I have taken on your behalf to help resolve the high volume of mail issues you are currently experiencing in Church Hill.
I read of your concerns earlier this month, and throughout my first term in Congress, with mail delivery and felt it necessary to hold another meeting with Richmond Postmaster Thekkekara and local representatives of the United States Postal Service (USPS) on December 17 in my Central Virginia District Office located here in Richmond.
During our meeting, the local representatives informed me that they were unaware of the numerous concerns and complaints regarding mail delivery in Church Hill. I immediately told Postmaster Thekkekara about the several complaints I have received from constituents in Church Hill in hopes that we could expeditiously resolve these issues. With that, I want to make sure you have access to the local USPS complaint phone number, which is (804) 775-6313. As always, my team and I are happy to help, but you should also register your concern directly with USPS.
I am currently working to schedule a town hall soon in Church Hill so I can hear from you all in-person regarding your concerns and suggestions. I have invited postal representatives to participate, and I hope they will attend.
Please know my door is always open for you. Do not hesitate to contact my office with any further mail delivery issues or any other issue with a federal agency. I am here to help you. You can see a copy of the letter I sent to Postmaster Thekkekara following our meeting on my official website: www.McEachin.house.gov
Thank you and Happy Holidays!
Congressman Donald McEachin (VA-04)