Who was the first post master general?

Answer The first Postmaster General was Benjamin Franklin. He was appointed to the position by the Continental Congress on July 26, 1775. Benjamin Franklin was one of three people to hold the position of... Read More »

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How much does a post master make? reports that, as of June 2010, postmasters with the United States Postal Service make a salary in the range of $58,970 to $80,961. A postmaster is the lead administrator of a post offi... Read More »

CAN the POST MASTER block where I get my Mail AT We have had trouble for for 7 months.?

Have you tried called the United States Postal Inspection Service (Postal Inspectors)? You can contact them at the following # 1-877-876-2455.

When a General Contractors General Liability Insurance is up for renewal is there a grace period after the date of experation that the General Contractor is still covered under to decide to renew?

No. If you elect to renew coverage two days after expiration, some companies may agree to make coverage continuous (for licensing/contract requirements) but they will likely require you to sign a N... Read More »

Who was the first US Lieutenant General?