UPS to cut sorting shifts in New York, Rhode Island and Virginia


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The looming closures add to layoffs the delivery giant is making at facilities in at least five other states. UPS will soon shrink its package sorting operations and lay off employees at facilities in New York, Rhode Island and Virginia as the delivery giant continues to adjust to volume declines. The night sortation shift at UPS’ Mechanicsville, Virginia, facility will close this Saturday. Additionally, the day sort at the company’s Warwick, Rhode Island, facility will close April 2 and its Maspeth, New York, night sort will shutter May 10. Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act posts say the Warwick closure will impact 130 employees, and the Maspeth closure will affect 66 workers.



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Are we in a recession? It’s hard to say, the route I cover hasn’t lost any pick up vendors but all my pu has been really light.


The guy is a :censored2: lawyer working in gov for 46+ years. He hasn't never run a hot dog stand. He knows how to steal money from tax payers.

The MAGA’s don’t think this is strange


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Nice hit piece that buries the lead - "This is not to question the legitimacy of these expenses–of course presidents and their families need to be protected."

ALL presidents get taxpayer funded secret service protection. Since the article you posted was focused squarely on Trump's time away from the White House, here's the counterpoint: Biden has spent more than a fourth of his presidency working from Delaware. Biden has now surpassed even the getaway time of former President Donald Trump, so often criticized by Democrats for his regular departures from the White House to stay at one of his personal homes.