Talk about a bottleneck at 89A intersection? What about thousands of new arrivals in Prescott Valley and still only two postal employees behind the counter at the post office!
With a 15- to 20-minute wait when one visits this facility, they could add a third even if it was from 9 a.m. to noon and it would not take a major undertaking to make life a bit less woeful to postal patrons.
After Nov. 6 any mail delivered by the post office that requires a signature, or a package too large for subdivision boxes, or if they have not activated the subdivision box where you live it, is off to the PV post office and I imagine packing a light lunch might be helpful.
Truly there must be someone somewhere, who could implore our postal service to be a bit more service-orientated to us and not just another government uncaring organization that it is either their way or the highway!
I am a recent resident to PV from Prescott.