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In addition to a degraded level of service, this consolidation could displace many workers and their families.

Not only could many Postal Workers be forced to move great distances to preserve their jobs, but they would leave a social and economic void in the communities from which they have been uprooted.

I have asked the Ohio USPS for data and analysis that would shed light on the impact of the consolidations, and have received neither.

“In addition to a degraded level of service, this consolidation could displace many workers and their families.

“I remain concerned that USPS simply cannot maintain an adequate level of service if the consolidations occur, which would only serve to reduce the use of USPS in Ohio,” Brown wrote in a letter to Williams.

Postal Service (USPS), Brown requested more information on the Area Mail Processing (AMP) Study that is being conducted in the Lima area.

I remain concerned that USPS simply cannot maintain an adequate level of service if the consolidations occur, which would only serve to reduce the use of USPS in Ohio.

Please review this request and provide me with your comments.

If you wish to discuss this request, please contact me or Patrick Jackson from my staff at (202) 224-2315. Knowing how to understand and improve your credit report and score is one of the most powerful actions you can take to empower your financial future and keep your finances healthy. Full text of the letter appears below: February 16, 2010 Inspector General David C. Over the past four months, I have raised a number of issues with the United States Postal Service (USPS) in Ohio about the proposed consolidation of USPS facilities in Lima. Senator Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio issued the following press release: February 18, 2010 WASHINGTON, DC — U. He wrote to the Inspector General to formally request that data, and express concern over the effect of an AMP decision on Lima families. Arlington, VA 22209-2020 Dear Inspector General Williams: I am writing in regard to the ongoing Area Mail Processing (AMP) Study in Lima, Ohio. Sherrod Brown called for an investigation on the effects of a proposed consolidation of U. Brown previously requested data on the effect of an AMP decision. Not only could many Postal Workers be forced to move great distances to preserve their jobs, but they would leave a social and economic void in the communities from which they have been uprooted.” AMP studies investigate the potential to streamline USPS services by consolidating service locations.

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  1. In addition to a degraded level of service, this consolidation could displace many workers and their families.

  2. Not only could many Postal Workers be forced to move great distances to preserve their jobs, but they would leave a social and economic void in the communities from which they have been uprooted.

  3. I have asked the Ohio USPS for data and analysis that would shed light on the impact of the consolidations, and have received neither.

  4. I am therefore formally requesting the United States Postal Service Office of the Inspector General conduct an audit of the AMP study in Lima, Ohio.

  5. “In addition to a degraded level of service, this consolidation could displace many workers and their families.

  6. “I remain concerned that USPS simply cannot maintain an adequate level of service if the consolidations occur, which would only serve to reduce the use of USPS in Ohio,” Brown wrote in a letter to Williams.

  7. Postal Service (USPS), Brown requested more information on the Area Mail Processing (AMP) Study that is being conducted in the Lima area.

  8. I remain concerned that USPS simply cannot maintain an adequate level of service if the consolidations occur, which would only serve to reduce the use of USPS in Ohio.

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