PITTSBURGH - People who live in Elliott are demanding action from the U.S. Postal Service after they say mail delivery has been sporadic and sometimes not at all.
Several people who spoke with Channel 11 say this has been an ongoing problem for more than a year.
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In an email response, USPS spokesman Tad Kelley said they're not aware of any issues.
"Each customer’s concern is very important to us and we work to correct issues for our customers’ satisfaction," Kelley said.
“We apologize for any poor service these residents have experienced and appreciate this being brought to our attention. We strive daily for accurate, correct and timely delivery and will continue to do so.”
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