To the Editor:
If the U.S. Postal Service delivers mail for free to rural households or a city has free street delivery, why must I pay for a mailbox housed at the post office?
Relatives in a nearby state have their mailbox for free!
As I understand, every American is entitled to free mail delivery.
Free is a dangerous thing.
The USPS is in the red. That's why the stamps are increasing again. That's why my box rent is increasing again.
If everyone paid a mere amount annually of $10 for the currently free delivery, then the burden would not be on the few.
So can someone explain why we can't address the inequity in this antiquated system?