Atrocious Houston Chronicle Sunday Delivery Service
HOUSTON, TEXAS -- I only subscribe to the Houston Chronicle for Sunday delivery at my home. It does not take a rocket scientist to this, or better yet, maybe it does. I have constantly called to have them instruct the delivery person throw the paper closer to my garage or to place the paper on my doorstep. My neighbors on either side of me, get their papers like clock work. I have even asked for the paper to be delivered closer to the house, because I think that may be a neighbor is picking up my paper. The delivery person is not conscientious and apparently does not give a darn. My newspaper when I do get it is always so close to the road that someone in a car could just open the door and scoop it up. Then The Chronicle will offer to delivery the missed copy of Sunday's paper to me on Monday. That is ludicrous, by Monday, it is not news anymore, it's history. I wonder just what it would take for me to get my paper every Sunday close to my garage or on my doorstep? How about finding a delivery that can nail....simply throw the paper where I've asked. Where is the supervisor in this situation?