Officials for the U.S. Post Office announced last week that starting in August all first class mail will be delivered just five days a week.
Packages, express, and Priority Mail will still get dropped off on the weekend and those getting mail at the post office will still get mail six days a week.
Hass added Post Offices that are currently open six days a week will not be affected by this transition.
The move is designed to save the postal service that is collapsing under mountains of debt, soaring costs and a steep decline in customers.
Reports show the USPS has cut more than 35 precent of its workforce in recent years, closed hundreds of offices and cut back hours at the ones that remain open.
Officials estimate that dropping first-class mail to five days a week will save $2 billion a year. Last year, they lost $16 billion.
The change would mark the end of weekend deliveries for the first time in 150 years.