Wellesley Square postal workers are on the job, making sure that home delivery service throughout town remains in place despite COVID-19 concerns. I stopped into the 1 Grove Street office to check on the status of Swellesley’s P.O. box and was greeted with a number of safety measures. All interior doors are propped open so that customers and workers do not need to touch handles; blue tape on the floor marks out 6-foot distances between customers and front-desk employees; and the flower boxes out front maintained by the Wellesley Gardeners’ Guild remain empty for now so that volunteers do not have to perform watering and dead-heading duties.
Just a minor correction: I bought the flowers in for my customers for, as my sign reads:
“Just my way to brighten your day and encourage you to stay positive.”
Deborah Brown says
Thanks, Wayne! I’ve made the correction. Stay safe, and thank you for all you and everyone at the post office is doing.
That is great but they do need PPE to protect themselves. They will eventually get sick if not protected. Can Swellesley encourage donations of masks and gloves to the postal workers please?
I really appreciate the positive attitude and great service this team always gives our town. To maintain it as they have been doing is above and beyond.
Kathleen Woodward says
A heartfelt thank you to our Wellesley postal workers. Their courageous steadiness in these challenging times is deeply appreciated.
Faith Walsh says
A thank you to all of you, and especially to Wayne. He always makes you feel welcomed!
Cheryl Collins says
So grateful for what you do. Stay healthy.
Bill FitzPatrick says
Wayne is a great guy and a top postal employee – sorry, he’ll be retiring soon.
They are the best!! Wayne is always cheerful and willing to help, Michael, too! Best USPS office anywhere!! Thank you all for a super job!
DENISE WOOD says
Thank you for all you do!