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City of Clifton – U.S. Postal Service
Holds Public Information Session

Tuesday, July 29 at 7 pm in Clifton City Hall

Clifton, New Jersey – July 22, 2014 – Officer-in-Charge of the Clifton Post Office Octavio Rodriguez and Steven Hernandez, District Manager for the Northern New Jersey Region of the U.S. Postal Service announced today that they will be holding a public information session regarding mail delivery service levels with residents of the City of Clifton, at the request of the Clifton City Council. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, July 29, at 7 p.m., at Clifton’s City Hall located on 900 Clifton Avenue.

On Friday, July 18 City Manager Matt Watkins and City Clerk Nancy Ferrigno met with representatives of the U. S. Postal Service to discuss concerns expressed by members of the City Council about postal delivery service levels in Clifton, an ongoing issue for several months.

During the meeting Post Office officials explained their plan of action for improvements and agreed to host an information session open to Clifton residents to respond to complaints and to explain the improvements made to the mail delivery service in Clifton.

Watkins said postal representatives were responsive and eager to discuss how service levels in Clifton have been improved and to address any concerns.

Watkins credited help from Senators Menendez and Booker, as well as Congressman Pascrell’s offices for their assistance.