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Molly Neitzel, who sent this letter and took the picture, says, “I sent it on behalf of Dow Constantine, from the King County Council building. Apparently, the one block it had to go was too much for it.”
i'd hurry up and mail that again before the price of a stamp goes up.
Why our own City Hall doesn't have a mailbox is beyond me.
Clearly, there isn't a Nickels at that address with the first name "Mayor."
The USPS doesn't deliver mail to the city offices based on their street locations and floor numbers. They all have PO Box addresses. (City Hall does have a mailbox - the mayor's is PO Box 94749 Seattle, WA 98124-4749, as is clearly noted on the city's website www.seattle.gov/mayor/). This isn't that difficult, not in the internet age...
Hm, perhaps hizzoner has taken to emulating characters from a certain blackly humorous novel.
Should we start calling him "Nickels" Nickels?
No, I mean literally a mailbox in City Hall and a street address that the USPS delivers to! It's a public building for crying out loud!
It's because of letter bombs.
What do you expect for lower wages?
What, you want one, FT?
Isn't this their address from like two years ago?
Next time send a messenger.
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