Director of Route Inspection: Les Dillman
|Branch 725's Director of Route Inspection is responsible for following issues concerning the structure of letter carrier work—the structure and adjustment of carrier routes and
working methods used by carriers in delivering the nation's mail. The current Director of Route Inspection is Les Dillman.
Most information concerning city delivery may be found in the NALC Materials Reference System. See, for example, subject areas "Route Examinations" and "Letter Carrier Duties."
Management of Delivery
City Delivery Carriers Duties
October 13, 2015
Just to Keep you up to date Bala has been added to the CDRAP process and their 8th week will be starting on Saturday October 31st.
If there are any additions or changes I will let you know.
August 11, 2015
Just to Keep you up to date with the exception of Bala which was a fss adjustment, Wayne and Villanova none of our offices will be
put in the fall for cdrapp I know a lot of you are wondering what is going on so just want to keep you all updated. If they are looking at
any other offices I will let your Shop Steward know and post it on our website. If you have any questions please contact the Union
Office. This is an ongoing process and we are doing all we can to get the best results for our Brothers and Sisters. Just do your best
to give us the data we need to do what we have to do to protect your Routes.
December 14, 2014
Brothers and Sisters,
A lot of you wonder who is targeted when they decide to inspect an office. All of the offices are reviewed. What I can tell you is to take
your yearly walks seriously. They are a big factor. If there is something out of the norm the day they walk you like unusually light mail,
or anything else out of the norm, please make a record of it. They should give you your walk results back within three days. If they
don't ask for it. If you see something wrong then get it corrected. Don't rely on your memory later on what happened that day. Mail
volume is always a factor. That is why it is so important to review those workload reports on a daily basis. If you curtail mail make
sure that you fill out those 1571's. We need that info to make sure any adjustments are done fairly. The Postal Service understands
the importance of getting us back into the Route Evaluation Process and that is a good thing for us. But, it is only good for us if you
take the time to give us the information we need to protect those routes. Also, you should treat every day like the day you are being
inspected. Then, when you are walked, it is a very natural thing for you to do. We can only protect your routes when you help us with
the data to do so.
December 3, 2014
As of right now we will be evaluating Ardmore, Havertown, Newtown Square and Folcroft / Sharon Hill. Linwood / Marcus Hook was
dropped from the list. If there are any more changes or additions I will let you know.
November 18, 2014
As of right now we will be evaluating Ardmore, Linwood / Marcus Hook, Newtown Square and Sharon Hill / Folcroft. Other Offices or
Stations can be added at a later date. Please refer to last month's Postal Record under City Delivery for all the info you will need about
the process. Or, you can Click Here! and under City Delivery it explains everything. Any Questions or Concerns you can contact me
November 11, 2014
Everyone is concerned about the new Route Adjustment Process. Let me just say it is far better that the Union and you have a voice
in this process once again. What we need is for you to make sure the workload reports are posted on a daily basis. And please read
them. Make sure your clock rings are true. When more information comes down to us like what Offices are being looked at etc. we
will let you know. Until then treat every day like it is the day they are looking at to evaluate. Don't wait until it is too late.