USPSĀ fences off Downtown Berkeley Post Office

By Pamela Larson – May 8, 2016 The United States Postal Service, or USPS, installed a 6-foot tall metal fence at the Downtown Berkeley Post Office during the week of April 25, partitioning public property and hanging signs that read ā€œU.S. property. No trespassing.ā€ USPS installed the fence between April 25 and 27. The fence…

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APWU:Ā Long IslandĀ Area Local Rallies for Good Postal Service! Good Jobs! Good Contract!

Web News Article #: 208-2015 11/03/2015 – More than 150 members of the Long Island Area Local and their supporters rallied for Good Postal Service! Good Jobs! Good Contract! at a demonstration in front of the Mid-Island general mail facility in Melville, NY, on Nov. 1. Protesters informed the public about the fight for a…

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Mail today, gone tomorrow | Opinion

The U.S. Postal Serviceā€™s bizarre decision to sell beloved old buildings to raise quick cash has created angst across the country, writes syndicated columnist Froma Harrop. VENICE, Calif. ā€” This beach community is L.A.ā€™s latest magnet for hip, cool and gentrification. Modest cottages currently sell for an immodest $2 million, even as homeless people, sprawled…

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