Some residents of Vashon Island have been recently notified by the Postal Service that home deliveries to their residences will be stopped due to safety complaints from postal workers.
With some of the island’s homes on extremely narrow roadways, with limited ability for truck drivers to turn around, postal drivers say the area is too dangerous.
Residents currently have two options to get their mail: install, at their own expense, “cluster-box units” to serve their entire street, or to visit the local post office and wait in line to receive their mail.
A representative from the post office said that a driver who had not normally driven the routes
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