WATERLOO, Iowa (KWWL) — Some postal workers in the Cedar Valley want Congress to approve a $25 billion dollar bill to keep their service going.
On Sunday, about 100 employees cavanned through Waterloo.
They are urging Iowans to tell Congress to save the Postal Service.
“The whole month of June, we are going to try and raise awareness for the public about what’s happining as a result of COVID to the Postal Service,” said American Postal Union Waterloo President Kimberly Karol.
The Postmaster General predicts the US Postal Service will run out of money by September. He says there’s been a 30-percent drop in mail volume. He expects it to fall to 50-percent this summer.