The Brooklyn Paper reports that the residents of 101 Clark Street are upset over the transfer of their long time postman:
Brooklyn Paper: Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night stays Santos Caraballos from the swift completion of his appointed rounds. But United States Postal Service bureaucrats are another thing entirely.
Members of a Brooklyn Heights co-op were apoplectic last week at the news that Caraballos, their beloved mailman for 21 years, will no longer be serving the high-rise building as of Aug. 15 as part the Postal Service’s effort to trim an $8-billion deficit.
Toba Potosky, the board president of the co-op at 101 Clark St., said that Caraballos was more than a man in blue shorts to those he serves.
We wonder if this mail carrier will get that route.