The communal mailboxes in the Cedar Glen subdivision are in really bad shape. They're rusted and broken, and the fine folks at the U.S. Postal Service say they'll replace them. But the post office won't do what the neighbors want, which is split up the clusters of mailboxes and give the folks individual mail delivery. The Naperville postmaster says once a delivery method has been established, it's virtually impossible to change.
Ah, good old bureaucracy.
What do you think? Is it reasonable for the Cedar Glen residents to want a different method of delivery? Is it reasonable for the Postal Service to turn down the request? What's been your experience dealing with the post office in Naperville, for any reason? Are you satisfied with the service you've received from the Postal Service?