Just when Canton resident Susan Vigevani though things with her mail
delivery couldn’t get any worse, they did.
The Pinewood Road resident reported the Canton Post Office lost her package this week. It comes after she never even received her mail on Thursday and Friday of last week and received it as late as 5:00 p.m. on Monday.
Vigevani said the Post Office can’t find a $69 package of ink cartridges that was expected to be delivered to their Washington Street office. The tracking number states that the package was delivered to the Canton Post Office, Vigevanis said.
“The carrier didn't get it to me and they can't find it at the post office,” she said. “$69 down the drain.”
Vigevani said the problems began after her regular mailman went on disability and she doesn’t know where the replacement letter carriers are placing her deliveries.
Other Canton residents have also reported missing mail and mix-ups with their deliveries.
London Warren, the Public Information Officer for the Postal
Service's Office of Inspector General, said there is an active
investigation going on in Canton on why customers are missing mail and said she
cannot give any more information on the situation.
Warren said anyone who does not receive mail in Canton should contact the Office of Inspector General at 866-877-7644 or by visiting www.USPSOIG.Gov.