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Now, It's Eddie Bernice Johnson's Turn to Send a Letter of Concern to the USPS

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On Friday, we acquired a copy of Dallas Mayor Tom Leppert's letter to the United States Postal Service, in which he enumerated his "grave concerns" regarding the USPS's proposal that calls for moving some operations out of the Dallas Main Post Office and out to Coppell. Today, it's Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson's turn at the mailbox: Unfair Park just received a copy of her letter sent Friday to Marie Therese Dominguez, the USPS's vice president of government relations and public policy, in which Johnson addresses "serious concerns" from her constituency and "extensive misinformation in Dallas as to the outcome of the survey on customer service." As always, it's below.

Eddie Bernice Johnson Letter to USPS

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