Little Cayman Post Office customers can now resume collecting their mail at the Edward Bodden Airport Terminal.
In the interest of customer and staff health, the Little Cayman Post Office had to be closed and operations moved to a temporary site in early November, as the office had been infested with mould, said Postmaster General Sheena Glasgow.
‘I would like to thank customers for their patience and understanding and for working with us during the past few months,’
She explained that the building had to be gutted and completely remodelled and refurbished and that nine boxes were added, increasing the number from 51 to 60. The building has new walls and new wiring, and additional telephone and data ports were installed, states a Post Office press release.
‘In the very near future we plan to computerise the mail processing operations in Little Cayman,’ Ms Glasgow said.
District Manager 3 Carolyn Shroy said that she was happy about having everything organised and the way it should be.
‘We have moved home so our customers will again have the convenience of being able to collect their mail from their boxes. It has been a challenge for the people who work during the day to have access to the boxes, despite the fact that we extended our opening hours,’ she said.
Acting Postmaster General Mr. Anthony Williams thanked Deputy Postmaster General Finance and Human Resources Ann James, Quality Manager Lloyd McField and Ms. Shroy for ensuring that the move was seamless.
‘Because of the remodelling, Little Cayman now has one of the Islands’ best-looking post offices. I want to thank everyone who played a role in making this move possible,’ he said.