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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) – A number of residents on Throckley Avenue in Cleveland will as soon as once more have their mail delivered.
A spokesperson with USPS informed the I-Team Thursday mail supply has been restored for “all residents besides the house of the canine proprietor.”
USPS officers say aggressive and unrestrained animals are a critical problem.
“One chew or fall could cause a critical damage; they’re painful, but they are often prevented,” mentioned Naddia Dhalai, a spokeswoman with the United States Postal Service. “We request all clients hold their canine restrained throughout regular supply hours to guard the security of the letter carriers.”
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