USPS issued warning letter to postal employees about campaigning against changes in mail service
Warning letter form USPS District Manager via 21CPW.com
As you are aware, in specific circumstances some of our Postal employees have actively become engaged in discontinuance study community meetings, to the detriment of USPS communications with actual customers. Some of our Postal employees have written congressmen and senators, beseeching their assistance in stopping discontinuance studies. Some have banded together with Postal retirees, in an effort to sidestep pr stop processes geared toward bringing our organization back to financial stability. This type of activity is restricted.
667.12 Engaging in Campaigns for Changes in Mail Service
Employees in active status must not engage in campaigns for or against changes in mail service. This regulation must not be construed to infringe on the rights to participate in labor organizations.