Congresswoman Johnson Holds Virtual Meeting with DFW U.S. Postal Service Leadership
Dallas, TX– Today, Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson virtually met with Dallas County Postmaster, Yulonda Francis-Love; Dallas District Manager, Scott Hooper; and Manager of Retail/Marketing, Joanne Scarpelli to hear how the federal government could better support the safeguarding processes, operational needs, and service standards of the DFW United States Postal Service (USPS).
“During this pandemic it is critical that the operation of the USPS be protected. Residents and businesses in Dallas and across the country rely on it to receive their medication, bills, and other important documents in a timely, safe, and reliable fashion.” said Congresswoman Johnson. “After my meeting today with Dallas County USPS officials, I am pleased to know that they will continue to service our communities as they have always done. Later this week, with my strong support, House Democrats will introduce a bill, H.R. 8015, the “Delivering for America Act,” that will prohibit the Postal Service from implementing or approving any changes to the operations or service levels in effect on January 1, 2020, that would impede prompt, reliable, and efficient service.”