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December 2, 1989 | ROBERT A. ROSENBLATT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The U.S. Postal Service is developing a controversial plan to provide slower delivery of first-class mail. Claiming that its customers prefer consistency over speed, the Postal Service wants to shrink the geographic zones in which it provides overnight delivery of first-class mail. More mail would be aimed for two-day and three-day delivery zones. Under the current system, a letter dropped in a mailbox in downtown Los Angeles before 5 p.m.
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December 2, 1989 | ROBERT A. ROSENBLATT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The U.S. Postal Service is developing a controversial plan to provide slower delivery of first-class mail. Claiming that its customers prefer consistency over speed, the Postal Service wants to shrink the geographic zones in which it provides overnight delivery of first-class mail. More mail would be aimed for two-day and three-day delivery zones. Under the current system, a letter dropped in a mailbox in downtown Los Angeles before 5 p.m.
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March 7, 1990 | OSWALD JOHNSTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A battle over proposed record postal rate increases loomed Tuesday after the Postal Service won the first round in its attempt to raise the cost of mailing a first-class letter to 30 cents by next February. The 19% average rate increase, the largest ever in percentage terms, is being proposed only three years after the last price hike, which raised the cost of mailing a first-class letter to 25 cents from 22 cents.
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November 15, 1992 | GREGORY CROUCH, This story was reported by Times staff writers Gregory Crouch, Kristina Lindgren and Jodi Wilgoren. It was written by Crouch
The license plate on Stephen A. Wagner's gold-colored Mercedes-Benz read Just Cus. One employee said that when school district staffers would ask Wagner about the way he handled some financial matters, that was the answer they often got--"just because." As a trusted employee of 21 years at the Newport-Mesa Unified School District, Wagner had risen from the ranks of bookkeeping clerks to become the district's chief financial officer--only to be fired last week.
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