Traveling to Huntingdon everyday I noticed on the other side of the William Penn to Huntingdon, there is not one person who lives on the side of the railroad tracks. Why in the world would the post office have every mailbox on the other side of the road, where someone has to cross three lanes of highway to get their mail? Instead of having the mailboxes on the side of the houses, Like up by Huston Ford. It’s not like someone lives on the railroad tracks. You’re putting everyone on that stretch of highway in danger just to get their mail. How hard would it be to put the mailboxes on the same side of the road as their house?


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