I understand that mail can get pretty crazy during this time of the year, but I don't think that's an excuse for mail being misdelivered several times a week. Has this been an issue in the past? I have been lucky enough on a couple of occasions where my neighbors would come knock on our door to hand deliver any mail that accidentally arrived in their box. This issue is not just concerning letters, but packages too. This has been very frustrating because I was suppose to receive 3 packages the last 2 weeks... the tracking says "delivered", but they are not in my box. I am eliminating the possibility of them being stolen because I literally HEAR the mail truck come by every day and go grab my mail a couple of minutes later. I don't want to have to disturb all my neighbors to ask if they got my packages. I guess I'm sending the message out there to all Broadlands residents: If you get mail that's not your delivered to your house, please take a few minutes to take it to the correct address. Some packages are time sensitive (like medication, etc), and cannot wait for USPS to re-deliver if you write on the mail and put it back in your box. Thanks everyone.