F&G wants you to return your PU permit to them by 8/15.
Today I got mine back in the mail, returned to sender. After mailing 30+ postcards in the past few months using my too-large supply of 28 cent postcard stamps, USPS in their infinite wisdom decided to send my PU permit back to me with a nice little notice saying they would like me to pay them one more penny before they will actually deliver it.
Looking it up, it appears that the USPS postcard rate went up in April 2011 and USPS just didn't notice or care or something about all my previous use of my 28 cent stamps. So now I need to head to the post office and get in line and give them one copper penny and my PU permit (again) so they will actually deliver it in time.
I guess since I'm getting in a 30-40 minute long line to pay that penny to George or Mike down there, I might as well bring an extra buck for a hundred one penny stamps to make my existing supply of 28 cent stamps usable (USPS will NOT buy back your old, now-inadequate stamps).
Is it any wonder that USPS is struggling, financially?
OK, now that I feel better having vented that, one last plug: Mail your PU Permit in the next week, everyone!