Owners and managers of apartment buildings or other multi-family buildings equipped with obsolete residential letter bins should install up-to-date containers that are currently authorized by the postal service to ensure the security of access and security of the mail. When such buildings are renovated or rebuilt in depth or if the locations of the box change, obsolete tanks should be replaced with currently authorized containers. The post office is delivered to the main administrative buildings. Mail that is not accessible, whether or not addressed to a particular building, is sent to the main administrative building for further processing. In large universities, the post is addressed to the various departments, higher education institutions, faculty buildings or main campus structures such as the chemical building, the engineering building, etc. provided that the mail is addressed accordingly and the volume justifies such a meaning. Delivery to individual offices inside the buildings is not necessary. Retired postmen can be fully associated with campaigns against changes in the way mail is distributed. These campaigns may include information from the public about their rights when the postal service requests a transformation of the mail delivery method, including how a requested change may impact each customer. Retired postmen can also play a key role in partnering with community organizations to combat reduced service to mail customers by changing the way mail is distributed. A residence or residence often consists of individual or multi-room units that share or have access to kitchens, bathrooms, showers, or social or public spaces.
Whether located on or off campus and regardless of private property, these buildings are nevertheless dormitories and either the school or the owner of the building or responsible for the final delivery of the students` mail. Swiss Post staff do not deliver mail in post office boxes such as accommodation for dormitories or residences. The establishment of an urban delivery service requires that a combination of delivery methods provide a regular and efficient service to all residential and commercial sectors of a municipality.*** The district head or delegate must review and approve or reject all requests for the establishment of a rural delivery. CBUs and USPS STD 4C devices may be authorized for use at one or more central delivery points in a flatshare. The local post manager must approve the PO Box sites and device type. Boxes must be arranged securely so that customers are not forced to travel an inappropriate distance to receive their mail and to provide sufficient access to PO Box offices. Normally, inside a block of the residence is appropriate. Delivery options for mobile home developments or trailer developments depend on the determination of the postal service whether the development is permanent or temporary. Temporary developments are fleets of mobile homes, trailers and recreational vehicles where land is occupied or rented temporarily and is considered temporary, short or seasonal, although some families may live there for long periods. For these developments, the only option is delivery to a single point or container designated by the park administration and approved by local postal service officials for receipt of all mail and onward delivery or postal transfer by park staff. This method is also available for continuous development. For the inbox, appropriate mail containers must be provided.
The type of postal container depends on the nature of the delivery. The purchase, installation and maintenance of the letter bins are the responsibility of the customer. Suitable locations for installation should be checked with local postal workers. The obligations of customers are as follows: It is important to note that representatives of postal services are always required to meet at an early stage of the process with project owners and developers in order to ensure that the best decisions are made and to assess whether the type of delivery to be settled complies with the guidelines of the postal service. . . .