This case involved the appropriate credit during a mail count for a parcel that is unable to be delivered due to a closed school or business. The parties agree that when a parcel received for a closed school or business is not able to be delivered, whether taken to the street or left in the office, it will be credited in Column 6 (Parcels) on the date of receipt, as well as the date of delivery.
The parties further agree, if the parcel has an associated non-signature scan, credit in Column 15 (Non-Signature “Scan” Items) is also appropriate on both days.
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