Read his letter below
Dear Mr. Linehan,
I wanted to reach out to you and bring light to asituation that happened earlier today. I am a hardworking, dedicated,personable mail carrier in South Boston, my name is David Johnson. This morning I parked on H st. and ran into the office to grab my first couple hours of deliveries, hazard lights on and an issued postal placard displayed on my dashboard. While I was organizing my things an inquiry on a customer hold was brought up and took a few minutes to resolve. I returned to where I had parked my vehicle 20-25 minutes later to find it had been towed due to street cleaning ordinances. The tow company, D&D towing charged me 128 dollars and the City of Boston 40. I’m new to the post office and do not yet have the most impressive pay, I work hard for my money, 7 days a week, up to 14 hours a day, 65 hours a week, all in service to the residents of South Boston.
I understand these are the rules that are set, but at what point is
this preying on people? If you could provide me with any assistance in this
matter I would be very much appreciative. Thank you for your time taken to
read my email and wish you the best.