Consider the following scenario: You have recorded your plan for a single-family residential development and begin to install infrastructure. After streets, utilities and curbs are constructed, individual lots are sold off and residents begin to move into your development. After a week or two, you receive several complaints that the Post Office is not delivering mail to the mailboxes you installed along the frontages of each home. When you reach out to the Post Office, you are told that curbside mail delivery is not available for your development and instead you must install centralized mail in the form of cluster box units (“CBUs”). What do you do?
The foregoing scenario (or something similar) is occurring more and more regularly throughout the country as the United States Postal Service (“USPS”) continues to prioritize its transition from traditional curbside mail delivery to CBUs in residential developments. Continue Reading Mr. McFeely’s Speedy Delivery – Now to Cluster Box Units Only