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Lack of snowclearing at community mailboxes prompts complaints to union

Some people in the St. John’s area are complaining about the lack of snowclearing at their new community mailboxes, following the first major snowfall of the season.

Almost 30 centimetres of snowfall fell on Friday — a record-breaking amount for the date, besting a previous high set in 1949.

Craig Dyer, president of the St. John’s branch of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, said he has received about a dozen complaints about the lack of snowclearing in front of the community mailboxes.


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