Future homes may not have individual mailboxes

In the near future, new homes may not get their own mailboxes. Instead, the U.S. Postal Service is moving toward “cluster mailboxes,” similar to those seen in apartment complexes, for residential mail service. On Tuesday, the Coweta County Board of Commissioners approved changes to the county’s zoning ordinance to regulate the cluster mailboxes. The changes…

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Woody Creek, Colorado post office hours on the chopping block

The days of a full-time postal center in Woody Creek appear to be numbered. The Woody Creek post office is among the 13,000 post offices across the U.S. going through a review process known as the Post Plan. The plan is designed to “right size” smaller post offices throughout the country. All post offices at…

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Rosanky, TX post office cutting hours amidst outcry

Operating hours will be cut in half starting in October. Rosanky residents are upset because the town’s post office plans to cut its hours starting in the beginning of October. On Thursday, more than 20 residents packed into the small building thinking they were at a meeting organized by the United States Postal Service to…

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Reduced Hours of Operation at Montague, Texas Post Office

(July 16, 2014) Postal customers in Montague will see a reduction in hours at the town’s post office. For several years, the U.S. Postal Service has been trying to cut operating costs.  And as Mechell Dixon found out, last night the service told residents there will be a reduction in hours in the town’s post…

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U.S. Postal Service Reducing Retail Service Hours in WV Rural Community Post Offices

(July 16, 2014) BUCKHANNON, WV – Residents in rural communities in Upshur County may face a problem when it comes to doing business with the United States Postal Service. Residents have given their feedback to the postal service, but they feel the decision has already been made. Lorentz is one of many small communities in Upshur…

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USPS: No FEAR Act training reminder – Completion deadline is July 31

All employees must complete the Postal Service’s anti-discrimination training course by Thursday, July 31. The Notification and Federal Employee Anti-discrimination and Retaliation Act of 2002 (No FEAR Act) course will help employees recognize unlawful harassment in federal workplaces. The course, which is available in the Learning Management System (LMS), takes about 30 minutes to complete. …

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Postal Service Cuts Hours At Wildwood, GA Post Office

(July 16, 2014) Approximately two dozen people were in attendance at a meeting last week at the Wildwood Post Office to hear how the U.S. Postal Service’s “POST” plan would effect operating hours and services offered. The Postal Service’s POST plan is designed to make sure America’s communities continue to have access to products and…

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