People in Klamath Falls have mixed feelings about the potential switch to 5-day home mail delivery.
Some of the people we spoke with today say they're okay with ending Saturday home mail delivery...
Barbara Dillon: "It doesn't really bother me. We get mail five days a week - as long as we get that mail."
Pat Cornell: "Well, I guess if it helps the Post Office save money, I guess that's what we need to do."
Robert Mayfield: "And if it saves a lot of money and keeps people working, that's fine too."
Others say they'll miss having six days of delivery.
Verne Lousignont: "Of course, I'm used to Saturday delivery. It's kind of just, they, you kind of wait for the footsteps to come up on the porch...and the mailbox open."
Lionel Swindler: "Well, I believe it's a bad idea. But, I can see for expense reasons why it costs so much money...But I believe they should have some way of delivering it on a Saturday."
Others question the need for the cutback.
Mike Hernandez: "So it's because, they need to do away with the workers, or what?"
Under a plan announced today, Saturday home delivery could end in August.
Some old-timers remember the 'Saturday Evening Post', and when twice-a-day mail deliveries were phased out in their towns in the late 50's and early 60's.
The U.S. isn't the only country considering cutbacks in postal service...
New Zealand is taking a serious look at cutting back their home deliveries to just 3 days a week.