Postal lessors who are concerned about their investment leased to the Postal Service look to AUSPL for education, training and wise counsel to better manage their post offices. We offer members a unique opportunity to connect with each other, as well as leaders in the postal community.Read More
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From left, Mark Dattel, Bill Eck, Gary Phillips, Mark Karolczyk, Sandra Lindsay, Rep. Mark Amodei, Morgan Wolaver, John Heeren, Lynn Cataffi, Keith LaShier and Herb Manig.
On November 4, 2015, Rep. Mark Amodei met with AUSPL members and staff who visited Washington D.C. to discuss issues relating to postal reform legislation. AUSPL President Morgan Wolaver thanked the Congressman for introducing House Resoultion 501, wich advocates support for the rural post office network.
Dear AUSPL Members,
As we progress through 2016, the Association continues its work with the US Postal Service and Congress for the benefit of all AUSPL members. The financial difficulties faced by the USPS continue, and comprehensive postal reform legislation remains on the horizon. We appreciate the participation of all AUSPL members who wrote to their Congressman in support of the network of leased postal facilities. We encourage all of you to participate in the benefits AUSPL offers, such as the insurance program, educational newsletters, the AUSPL website, information about lease negotiations, and the AUSPL Conference.
As reimbursement for the free and reduced rates mandated by Congress, the USPS, through the annual Appropriations Bill, receives money from Congress for “forgone” revenue.
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