by Krystal Paco
Guam - More and more residents evidently aren't getting their mail. According to Sinajana Mayor Robert Hoffman the issue has made its way all the way to Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo who just yesterday addressed a letter to the postmaster.
"Apparently what they did is they uploaded new maps into the system which eliminated some roads, changed the name of some roads. From loop to lane to circle to drive and whatever else. So that's a problem. Now we're getting a clear understanding that there is a problem," he explained.
Hoffman adds that an estimated 10% of the 19,000 who receive mail are getting return to sender.
Until then, he hopes for a positive response from the U.S. Postal Service.
A GPA announcement says:
If you have not received a Guam Power Authority billing statement in the last two months, please contact GPA Customer Services at 647-5787 to obtain your outstanding bill amount. GPA can also accept payments for delinquent bills online (GPABillpay) or through Pay by Phone.
If you are one of the USPS customers that have not received your GPA bills, you will have to obtain your correct address via USPS.com.