Residents say mailbox lock vandalized in Houston neighborhood

HOUSTON – Residents in the Brenwood subdivision mentioned their cluster mailbox has been vandalized and damaged for 2 months.

Tony McCalpine mentioned the mailboxes lock was damaged, leaving the again door open, and the mail unsecure.

“I reached out to the Post Office to find out what was going on and I got little to no information. we were just told to pick our mail at the Park Row Post Office, it’s about 8 miles away from us which is a big inconvenience,” he mentioned.

McCalpine mentioned he reached out to the neighborhood’s owners affiliation concerning the problem however mentioned there’s nonetheless no answer.

“I informed him (The HOA) that when I talked to the Post Office, they expressed that the HOA would replace the mailbox but he said the Post Office is supposed to,” he mentioned.

The Brenwood Subdivision HOA mentioned they might submit the newest data to their board of administrators to determine one of the best ways to serve their residents.

KPRC 2 contacted the U.S. Postal Service and obtained a press release:


The Postal Service appreciates its clients and all the time strives to offer the absolute best service. We apologize for any inconvenience that will have been skilled by clients dwelling in the Katy, TX, subdivision on the subject of their Centralized Box Unit (CBU). In this occasion, native postal officers are conscious of the harm as a consequence of vandalism and proceed to work with stakeholders, together with the HOA, to resolve the state of affairs. In the interim, the Postal Service will proceed to serve these clients at their native submit office. We recognize our clients’ persistence as we work to efficiently resolve this case.

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