UPDATE: I just received a visit from Mr. Tommy Cooper from Chronicle Media. His card indicates he is the Home Delivery Manager for the Augusta Chronicle. He has assured me he will get this resolved. Period. He came out and saw the papers all over the street even after he was assured by the carrier that it would not happen. Let’s see how this works out.
Morris Communications is the parent company of the Augusta Chronicle. For over a year now I have been trying to get them to STOP delivering the Columbia County Times (a weekly) to my drive way. I have no desire to read it and even less desire to throw it in my trash can.
I have called and asked to be placed on a Do Not Deliver list. I have emailed and no results. It’s still thrown in my driveway.
In June I was finally put in touch with Charlene Fielding, the Operations Manager for NIIT Media Technologies. I assume another branch in the infrastructure that is Morris Communications. She contacted the Vice President of Circulation David Enoch. She assured me that the request would be honored.
Click on the image to see the full email.
Yet last Wednesday and today, that bird cage liner is laying in my driveway. Clearly Ms. Fielding and Mr. Enoch are completely powerless when it comes to their employees and contractors. It looks like I may have to take matters into my own hands and deal with this my way. Which I am quite certain will be most unpleasant for the carrier who either isn’t getting the message or is choosing to ignore it.
I’m hoping this post will spur someone into action. If not, I will deal with it next Tuesday night/Wednesday morning.
If someone from Morris Communications wants to contact me, my email address is in the image above or you can use my Contact Form.