As Shelter Island residents grow impatient over packages they said are not being delivered to them, U.S. Rep. Tim Bishop said he plans to stamp out the issue.
On Shelter Island, home delivery is not available, so most people have to use a post office box to get their mail. But Bishop spokesman Oliver Longwell told Newsday it could be causing the problem. At the same time, having two zip codes for Shelter Island could be making the issue worse.
Bishop said he wants locals to reach out to his office to explain the issues they are having with mail delivery, and has set up an email address, SIPostOfficeIssues@mail.house.gov, to collect these.
"We're trying to explore a solution, Longwell told Newsday.
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