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As the Chicago area slowly thaws from the bitter cold polar vortex blast, mail service for some Chicagoans has yet to return to normal.

“What happened to the rain, snow, sleet, storm, dark of night routine?” Evanston resident Todd VanSlyke asked the Tribune, referring to an oft-quoted inscription on the James Farley Post Office in New York City. VanSlyke said Thursday afternoon he hadn’t received mail since Saturday.

Residents in Beverly on Chicago’s Far South Side have the same complaint.

“I’ve been calling the Morgan Park station and no one answers the phone,” resident Sheila Bracken told CBS Chicago on Thursday.

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