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June 20

June 20, 2007


Governors Issue Decisions on Two Pricing Recommendations


At their meeting yesterday, the Governors accepted the Commission's Recommended Decision regarding the pricing of Premium Stamped Stationery and Cards.


The Governors also resolved the uncertainty surrounding Standard Mail Regular and Nonprofit prices by choosing not to implement a temporary change to the prices that was the subject of the latest Commission Decision on Reconsideration. The Governors had asked the Commission to reconsider some of the prices that were originally recommended on February 26, 2007, and implemented on May 14, 2007. The current Standard Mail Regular and Nonprofit prices will remain in effect. 


The Standard Mail issue represents the last of the three items returned to the Commission for reconsideration. On May 10, the Governors approved the Commissionís other two recommendations regarding the reconsideration of the price for the Priority Mail Flat Rate Box and the application of the nonmachinable surcharge for First-Class Mail letters. Those changes were implemented on May 14.