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Posted May 16, 2013

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GES Mail Center Asks that Envelopes be Returned

The interoffice envelopes may be bundled and returned to APS mail carriers, who will bring them back for redistribution.

Graphics Enterprise Services’ Mail Center is responsible for supplying the district’s interoffice mail envelopes. These envelopes are distributed free of charge throughout the year for those departments and staff who request them.

The GES Mail Center has an annual budget for the envelopes, and this year’s budget is almost depleted with more than a month to go in the fiscal year.

The department is requesting that schools and sites please return any used or unused interoffice envelopes that are not needed by the school or site back to the Mail Center.

You may give bundles (please, no loose stacks of envelopes) to your GES Mail Carrier, who will bring them back to the Center for redistribution to schools and sites who request them during the last part of the school year.

With your cooperation, the department will be able to stay within budget and get the maximum usage out of our interoffice envelopes.

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