CHICAGO - Chicago's post office delivery problems will be the topic of conversation at a hearing on Capitol Hill.
The Subcommittee on Government Operations will hold a hybrid hearing on Friday with the Chicago Postmaster, the Office of the Inspector General and union representatives..
The hearing will look at the dramatic drops in postal delivery performance both around Chicago and across the country.
Chicago-area members of the Illinois Congressional Delegation have been putting pressure on the postal service to improve.
First-class mail designated for three-to-five day delivery in Chicago arrives on time only 75 percent of the time.