[NFBMO] Post Office Question

Carol Coulter cjcoulter59 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 5 23:28:42 UTC 2018

If they won't do it I would ask if there is in reason you couldn't put a
braille label on yours. At least then you could look for the one that had
braille on it and wouldn't be wasting your time trying to open the wrong

On Wed, Sep 5, 2018 at 2:58 PM Roger Crome via NFBMO <nfbmo at nfbnet.org>

> Hello Everyone,
> I have a situation that I wanted some feedback on.  I obtained a PO Box
> for my business because I’m not at my office much and wanted to make sure
> that important stuff stays safe.  I mentioned that there was a need for
> Braille on the boxes, and ironically, when I went to check the box, I
> forgot my landmarks.  As a result, I tried multiple times to open the wrong
> box.  The attendant was very nice and came out to help me re-orient.  I
> mentioned again about Braille, and the gentleman told me that he brought it
> up to the Post Master and the response was that it is probably fat chance
> that it would happen.  I told him that the ADA is a federal law, and since
> the USPS is a federal agency, the law applies to them too.  He stated
> understanding and said that he will bring it up again.
> My question is this, how would you proceed?  Finding the box is doable as
> long as I remember the landmarks, but it has already been proven that my
> memory can fail me.
> I appreciate any feedback.  Thanks,
> Roger Crome
> Sent from my iPhone
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