To the editor:
Regarding the note in your e-mail newsletter apologizing for subscribers’ copies being delayed in the mail last week, rest assured that it wasn’t your fault. Routing the Independent (and all snail mail) through Wareham before it comes to Provincetown is the perfect example of inefficiency: stupidity plus technology plus waste. It’s the result of having a postal service that’s neither fully public (federal agency accountable to the taxpayers) nor competitively private (forced to improve service to keep its customers).
Jacqueline Lapidus, Brighton