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Two years ago, I bought a fabulous home. The previous homeowner (whom I only met once, at the closing) never bothered to request mail forwarding/change of address service from the post office, and as a result, I’m still getting his mail daily–I’m not just talking about Wine of the Month catalogs and ads, but things like his 401(k) statements, tax bills, health insurance cards, etc. I’ve tried posting a sign for the postal carrier (who seems to change every week) not to deliver this person’s mail to my box, but that has had little to no effect. I’m getting sick of writing “return to sender/not at this address/please forward” on dozens of items (for 2 years!), but I don’t believe I have the right to request forwarding someone else’s mail from USPS (and I also don’t have his forwarding address). Any advice from others who may have dealt with a similar situation?
Thanks to all who passed on from Toki Underground: “Dan has been missing since Tuesday night. His last known location was in Chinatown late Tuesday night. If you have any…
“ordway & connecticut ave, nw right outside medium rare & laredo” L reports driver “flipped care in cleveland park, sometime before 11 PM” And A. reported earlier:
photo by DC Fire and EMS 4:14pm Saturday: “Images from 2nd Alarm 2700 block King Ave SE. An exterior attack continues using heavy duty water streams from aerial ladders &…
Thanks to M. for sending The Wells Fargo at 14 and U Street, NW – 9:30am Saturday morning.
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